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Salon's Laura Miller is a terrific critic. So I'm sure she's correct in calling "Limitless," the new movie in which Bradley Cooper ingests a wonder drug and becomes a terrific writer, "deeply stupid." I don't care. I plan to see it anyway, purely as an exercise in fantasy--because writing is hard. And I've been bogged down with a big magazine piece. But I will be back to blogging, drug free, pretty soon. Thanks to those who have emailed to inquire about my well-being. For now, I'm the Bradley Cooper in the first 20 seconds of this clip:


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Joshua Green is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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