The best sentences we read today

November 7, 2013

- “Avoid the terms ‘thighs’ and ‘rubbing,’ or any combination thereof. ‘Ebitda’ and ‘namaste’ are fine.”

-  "On the brink of extinction, the chamber's final few moderates cower in the basement, sporting fingerless gloves and burning historical documents for warmth as they listen to Jay Rockefeller and Lamar Alexander tell tales of glory days gone by."

- "I asked him about the experience and got a more press-release-esque response than one typically expects from a family member."

- "But the senator has contracted a dangerous condition that can cause people to have impaired judgment. It’s called governing by anecdote — and it’s spreading."

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Sarah Kliff · November 7, 2013