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Al Roker talks about his new book, ‘You Look So Much Better in Person’

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TODAY’s Al Roker is teaching us how to weather the storm of life in his new book, “You Look So Much Better in Person: True Stories of Absurdity and Success.” Al says the book contains “Al-truisms” such as “Always say yes, don’t say no.” He also answers a viewer question about his most difficult-ever weather story: Superstorm Sandy.