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With half of his face now allegedly available on the internet, the Oregonian's Michael Russell breaks his silence on the topic of anonymity in restaurant criticism. So why bother to "(sometimes) wear disguises" and "make reservations under the names of 1973 World Series Champion Oakland Athletics"? To "ensure that the experience captured in our pages approximates the one readers will find if they choose to visit the restaurant." [OregonLive]

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