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Dahlia Lithwick is not only one of the country’s best legal writers, she’s delightfully game to do something completely ridiculous now and then. I had just started at Slate during the 2013 retreat where Dahlia was undergoing this experiment. (No, I didn’t notice anything.) —Josh Keating Probably if I had watched the commercials first, I would never have undertaken this whole stupid experiment.
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