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Happy Geek Colors

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Happy Geek Colors

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Happy Geek Colors

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Potter and designer Jonathan Adler takes to the puzzle podium for his Ask Me Another challenge. Josh Rogosin/NPR hide caption

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Potter and designer Jonathan Adler takes to the puzzle podium for his Ask Me Another challenge.

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