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The Therapy Sessions
Wednesday, February 25, 2004
 

See no evil, hear no evil


Alan Greenspan testifies on the need to check the growth of social security before it is too late....

The congressmen listened attentively, of course.

Through random motion, that thought about entitlements probably entered into more than one Senator's ear.

In almost all cases, it rattled around a bit before it found the other ear hole, making its way out the stiffling emptiness.

Maybe it was chased out by a more pressing concerns...Senators are busy, and their brains are small but active:

"What am I going to eat for lunch?...Oh, he's done? ...Must applaud geeky economics guy... Move hands rhythmically...Smile...Shake hands...Think about lunch time.... "


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