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The best sentences we read today

We trust, of course, that this usage was inadvertent and will be avoided in the future.”

"The move is likely to slash prices for the fertilizer potash."

"What really puzzled me about this formula—as I sat through video after video, alternately bored and enraged—is that there’s no way to shut the guy up and just buy the dick pills already."

"The late Thomas Hoving, who ran the Met in the sixties and seventies, and his rival J. Carter Brown, who headed the National Gallery in Washington DC, both felt that democratizing art meant getting everyone to like the things that they liked."

"Got a bunch of good-looking elves here."


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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