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Salt Bae's restaurant fail, Elon Musk's flamethrower, and more conversation starters for your weekend

Quick! Think of something interesting to say at dinner Friday night. If nothing’s coming to you, here are your conversation starters for the weekend. #SaltBaeFail Remember Salt Bae, your favorite chef-based meme of 2017? Nusret Gökçe — Salt Bae’s real name — took his 15 minutes of fame and parlayed...
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