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Writing can be a challenging, even tortuous process for the mind. And sure, sometimes you can hurt a finger or cause a blister. But it’s not known for causing injuries as severe as a broken nose.

Aaron Sorkin, who penned The Social Network and The West Wing and co-wrote Moneyball, which will open in theaters next week, showed up at an Emmy event in West Hollywood on Friday with a broken nose. It turns out he injured himself while writing.

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