D. None of the Above

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By Daniel Dunaief You know those glasses you wear at the eye doctor when you have to identify images that stand out on the card...

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By Daniel Dunaief Welcome to the home office. I have been working from home for years and would like to offer a few tips. For starters,...

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By Daniel Dunaief We take so much of our life for granted. In some ways, it’s natural and necessary. After all, if we got up...

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By Daniel Dunaief I just celebrated an incredible birthday, thanks to the thoughtfulness of friends and family who took the time to talk with me and...

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By Daniel Dunaief I want the weakest possible president in 2020. As a representative democracy, the United States uses a system of governance that relies on checks...

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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...