D. None of the Above

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By Daniel Dunaief She could feel the tension mounting. She had been down this road, or, more specifically, on this runway, numerous times before. Flying didn’t...

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By Daniel Dunaief Twenty years ago this week, my wife and I got married. Over the course of the next two decades, we have gone through...

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By Daniel Dunaief Fear can be a great motivator. Fear of failing a test can lead someone to study harder, to pay attention in class...

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By Daniel Dunaief What should the Republicans do about former National Security Adviser John Bolton? In this topsy-turvy battle in Washington, Bolton has become a...

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By Daniel Dunaief There may be no crying in baseball, as Tom Hanks famously said in the movie “A League of Their Own,” but there...

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By Daniel Dunaief You know those thought bubbles artists draw in cartoons, where the reader can see what each character is thinking even as the...

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By Daniel Dunaief Amid the delightful sensory experiences of a recent warm-weather vacation, my wife and I enjoyed an unexpected gift: The words other people...

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They are called rubber chicken dinners for a reason. Much of the time, corporate events masquerading as social gatherings offer little in the way...

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By Daniel Dunaief The Democratic hopefuls for the presidency sure seem angry these days, as the election clock counts down to less than a year....

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By Daniel Dunaief What is it about “The Play That Goes Wrong” that is just so right for so many people, including me? My wife and...