I have a cracked tooth and it has to come out. Apparently my subconscious brain, in all its wisdom, likes to take out its aggressions on my body while I'm asleep. I don't know why it does that, but it does explain why I sometimes wake up feeling like I've just gone three rounds with Mike Tyson.Anyway, I happened to mention to my dental surgeon that I'm a columnist. He looked up with interest and asked, "Really? Who do you write for?"Then it hit me. Everyone's so opinionated, so divided, so quick to judge, these days. And next week, this guy is going to have both hands and a set of pliers inside my big mouth. No two ways about it, there was a fifty-fifty chance I'd made an enormous mistake.Visions of Dustin Hoffman's screams as evil dentist Lawrence Olivia took a drill to him in Marathon Man swirling around my brain, I broke into a cold sweat as I desperately and clumsily tried to dodge a direct question. Then, realizing that a simple Google search would spill all the beans, I decided t...
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