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Janice Erlbaum gets more than a manicure at the nail salon

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Janice Erlbaum

Proselytizers come in many forms—from clean-cut men and women who come knocking at your door to shouting Bible thumpers who block the sidewalk. For the most part they can be avoided, by closing the door or walking past them swiftly and with purpose. But what if the individual vying for your soul is sitting directly across from you, holding your hand, and expertly applying polish to your nails? Janice Erlbaum shares this story, which is titled “Magic Nail.”

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