My educational pedigree, or more accurately the lack thereof, has often been the subject of much self-ridicule in this space. Once, after I spent a semester sitting in the front row in political science, the professor on the last week of classes suddenly called me aside and, at a decibel level heard only in oversized Bose speakers, charged me with auditing the course.

I made that much of an impression.

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