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Every tall person should have the card this tall teenager hands out to new acquaintances

Logan is a 17-year-old high-school senior from Holly Springs, North Carolina. He is also tall. Very tall. Six-feet-and-seven-inches tall. Everybody-asks-how's-the-weather-up-there tall. Do-you-play-basketball tall. So this week, when his civics-class partner, Heather, asked him about his height, Logan was ready. He whipped out a business card and handed it to Heather, who promptly tweeted a picture of it.
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