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I Used to Like Seth Rogen, I Think

An essay about Seth Rogen and his latest film ‘An American Pickle’

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I like Seth Rogen. He is a funny dude. Well, actually, let me rephrase that: I used to like Seth Rogen. I mean, I think once I convinced myself that I liked him.

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