Gene Weingarten

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Gene Weingarten (born October 2, 1951 in New York) is a columnist and writer for the Washington Post. A former heroin addict, who nearly died of diseases acquired by his addiction, his writings include vulgar subjects, prank phone calls to hard-working customer service representatives, and Pulitzer Prize-winning social experiments that expose the hypocrisy of liberals.