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by Allan Fallow, AARP The Magazine, March 16, 2010
The three key ingredients of any good talk, says author Daniel Menaker, are curiosity, humor, and impudence. To sustain a lively exchange—or to escape one that has suddenly or agonizingly turned stale—he offers these tips:
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