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So I was kinda stalling. I don't like the self-promotion thing, you know. Then a note from marketing crashed through my office window. "We have Dude Food guy Noah Bailey," it read. "We will force feed him carrot sticks, peeled and dressed in hibiscus oil, until you run the promo."

My God.

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They just released Noah and...oh, no. Those bastards!

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