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Look, Shalom Auslander has a problem, and it’s with his balls, and he discusses it today in Tablet Magazine, and you should read it.
First Tavi. Now Bebe. Who’s next?
That’s pretty low to block commenting. It’s the internet. People react. Authors need to get over it.
Also, Auslander’s genitalia stopped being interesting the day after his first book came out. Pass it on.
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