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Dull

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He feels dull. Unable to achieve anything of merit. Pleasant but somewhat disappointing. Dull to speak to, even. Conversations often lapsed, but he had developed an extensive, almost self-generating, stream of patter and no one ever walked away. But he is dull.

This self-perception is, you might be beginning to guess, new to him.

He can’t be that dull, though, can he? He’s a politician, after all. People voted for him…

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