When Malcolm Gladwell appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience last month, he admitted something about himself that may surprise many of his readers. "I read so many thrillers," he says to Rogan toward the end of the conversation. "How many do I read a year? Fifty, sixty, seventy? You know when you go in the airport, into […]
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