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This Year, A ‘Debate Drinking Game’ Could Kill You

As we prepare for the final presidential debate of 2016 (thank you jeebus), I would like to share this important public service announcement. Please avoid the ubiquitus “Debate Drinking Game.” A deeply held tradition in some areas, a Debate Drinking Game (DDG) is a social activity for people who want to make the debates into a party or who generally find politics boring but would like to pretend otherwise at the water cooler the next day.
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