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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - justin halpern
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Justin Halpern isn't only telling on his dad.
Justin Halpern knows that not everyone is supportive of a guy fortunate enough to turn a Twitter feed into a best-selling book and a prime-time network sitcom.
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Dad's reaction was characteristically crude, but also wise: He told his son to spend some time thinking about his past relationships with women.
The premise of "I Suck at Girls," Mr. Halpern's new book, came about when he told his father that he wanted to propose to his girlfriend.