Every Sunday, during our weekly Opinion meetings, all of us would give a brief summary about what we were planning on writing about for the upcoming week. And even though my column would have to be written by Monday around 5 p.m. (give or take), I would seldom have any idea about what I was planning on writing about, and I’d usually end up writing it during the course of the day on Monday, barely ever sending it in by 5 p.m. In keeping with that pattern one last time, I’m writing this column hours before it’s due and I have no idea what I should say.
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