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What, me? Married in six months? No way.

Mr. Glover looked at me and made his prediction: “You’ll be married within six months.” Then he resumed his exercise as if what he just said made perfect sense to a 20-year-old junior college student still living with his parents and not in a relationship. Mr. Glover’s predictions were legendary,...
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