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An enormous chalkboard appeared in Washington, D.C., last weekend with a heading that read: "Before I Die..." Passersby were encouraged to write down items on their bucket lists — things they would like to get done before they die. Sophie Miller and Dan Meredith erected that board, and they tell us why they did it and about the massive response they've gotten.
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