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Not all print journalists are modest

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I have never actually heard a reporter refer to himself or herself as "famous."

But I've known plenty who assumed everyone read every word of each and every story they wrote. And they held fast to this magical thinking even after years of being confronted with ample evidence to the contrary.

I guess we all all fool ourselves in one way or another. 




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