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The best sentences we read today

--- "He’s a unique combination of green-eyeshade superego and raging demagogic id."

--- "Which brings us, of course, to abortion, which is where we always arrive, no matter where we begin."

--- "When a tweet annoys him, he does what he calls "hate-favoriting," a sort of sarcastic use of the favorite option."

--- "It is pretty awful, but of course I will tell Hulse it was terrific, and so will everybody else."

--- "Like Protestantism, AppleScript relies on the spare, unillustrated medium of printed text; while iOS and much of OS X, like Roman Catholicism, emphasizes visual imagery and strict canons of behavior and belief."

Lydia DePillis is a reporter focusing on labor, business, and housing. She previously worked at The New Republic and Washington City Paper. She's from Seattle.
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