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Slate Answers Your Leftover Questions

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Slate Answers Your Leftover Questions

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Slate Answers Your Leftover Questions

Slate Answers Your Leftover Questions

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Why do cockroaches flip over when they die and who decided that it's unacceptable to wear a shirt two days in a row? These are just some of the questions sitting in Dan Engber's inbox right now. At the end of the year, his column, The Explainer, allows readers to vote on which questions they want answered. He discusses the options with Alex Cohen.