Stubborn Facts Commentator Beth Lapides has been more in tune with her emotional state than the with hard facts of dates and names and places. Faced with questions from a New Yorker magazine fact-checker, she tries to recall information to help proofread a story. But alas, that is not her strength. But she is glad she's more heart than brain.
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Commentator Beth Lapides has been more in tune with her emotional state than the with hard facts of dates and names and places. Faced with questions from a New Yorker magazine fact-checker, she tries to recall information to help proofread a story. But alas, that is not her strength. But she is glad she's more heart than brain.