Hard to believe, but the eighteen-month, fifty debate, liveblog extravaganza is about to come to an end. And none too soon if you ask us! If you can still stand it, and/or, are looking for another fun evening of the “my friends” drinking game, join us here around 9pm when we, along with usual suspects Rachel Sklar, John Carney, Melissa Lafsky, John Neffinger, Steve Krakauer, and as-yet-to-be-determined special guests, liveblog our last. The comments section last time was the best and smartest (and we presume good-looking-est) yet, and we hope to hear from you again tonight.
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