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mr-creosote1.jpgWhat makes someone a good food critic? A reader asks John Curtas how long he has to listen to his friends who recommend bad places to eat. “Decades in the making, our matrix involves how long we’ve known them, their travel history, cataloging their eating experiences, knowledge of their dining prejudices, how many times they’ve led us astray, and, most importantly, how annoyed we are with them at any given time.” [Eating Las Vegas]

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