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Gob Damned

If You See Something Ian Chillag

Chances are, if you lived in southern West Virginia in the middle of the twentieth century, my grandfather had his hands on you, either on your way in or your way out.

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Ian Chillag is a producer of National Public Radio’s “Wait, Wait… Don’t Tell Me.” Before that, he worked on NPR’s “Fresh Air” and “The Bryant Park Project.” He lives in Chicago. ​


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