The Sublime Satisfaction of Watching Someone Confess a Lie

You know you never have to believe them again.

I’ve told this story before, but forgive me, it’s relevant to the current topic.

About 16 years ago, I needed to rent a car in Manhattan, a terrible place to need a rental car. I walked into my local Avis outlet and saw the most imposing, ominous queue I have…

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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