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Paying for a Stranger’s Coffee Is Not the Kind Act You Think It Is

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I never do this. I never write a hot take. And I certainly never write one that I know will absolutely piss people off and invite insult and injury to the comments section. But, hey, it’s the end of the year, I suppose every writer is entitled to at least one bloggy freakout.

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