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 Ever heard of a phrase called “moving the goalposts”? It’s used to describe people who act like they want to compromise, but always push for more as soon as you agree to their deal. Give in, and what started out as an incremental shift in their favor ends up as a headlong rush toward your end zone. That’s a charitable way to characterize how the ...

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