A Reality-Based Graduation Address

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In the season for graduation speeches, Day to Day resident humorist Brian Unger offers this year's graduates some candid advice that they aren't likely to hear at their commencement ceremonies. The gist: Get ready to be forced to fix all the world's problems, but also be prepared to enjoy the words "rent to own."



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