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kliman%20online.pngIn yesterday's online chat, a reader asked the Washingtonian's Todd Kliman about the glamorous life of a critic and how many of his meals are bad: "I would say that most of the meals I eat out — and remember, I'm eating at every level of the scale, and in every corner and cranny of the area — fall into the not-great category. In that category we have: the awful, the disappointing, the mediocre, the decent but forgettable. That makes up the majority of what I find when I go out to eat — maybe 60 percent or so." [Washingtonian]

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