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

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- "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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