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I did a radio panel yesterday. The subject-matter doesn’t matter.  I only mention it, in fact, because I did what I often do on TV and radio, this year: I reminded everyone that supposedly-smart guys like me know SFA. We don’t know anything.  I thought about that when I picked up the New York Times […]
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