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This feature—a question-and-answer session with a person from sports/entertainment/politics/whatever—will appear every week on If you have any suggestions/ideas for people to speak with, hit me up at I’m listening. Oh, and for the full categorization of every Quaz, click here.


Jeffrey Pearlman

His name elicits cheers and joy across the globe. But why is New York State’s director of the authorities budget office optimistic even as our nation lurches off a cliff? Because he’s seen the good …


Craig Vanderoef

The Adidas senior director product running apparel and custumization (and former Virginia standout) thinks kids doing marathons is insane, lengthy trots are keys to happiness, Rudyard Kipling has all the answers and a kick-ass beard is very much attainable.


Will Reeve

Slower than a speeding bullet. Significantly less powerful than a locomotive. Unable to leap tall buildings at a single bound. Look! On TV! It’s the son of the actor who played Superman. And he’s not only a rising star at ESPN, but one helluva spokesperson for a cause near to his heart.


Nancy Lee Grahn

The longtime “General Hospital” star might—on occasion—ask herself, “Why is my brother not dead, after I saw them extract his liver that was used to save my daughter?” But when it comes to the soap opera life, she couldn’t be more thrilled. Or grateful.


The Postal Worker

He’s delivered letters and packages since 1985. That’s 33 years of angry dogs, weird customers and illegible addresses scrawled atop packages. The one thing he’s learned: Don’t masturbate in the truck.


Tess Stone

Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, the friendly neighborhood Starbucks barista turns out to be a preposterously talented transgender horror comic book artist with a life-affirming outlook.

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