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Not My Job: Author Daniel Handler Gets Quizzed On Baggage Handlers

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Not My Job: Author Daniel Handler Gets Quizzed On Baggage Handlers

Back in 1999, a writer named Daniel Handler decided that kids books were too cheerful. So he adopted the pen name Lemony Snicket, and authored "A Series of Unfortunate Events" — now also a series on Netflix.

We've invited Handler to play a game called "What the hell happened to my Louis Vuitton valise, you monster?" Three questions about baggage handlers.

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