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“I told him that I was glad to see that he wasn’t satisfied to stay in a rut and had real ambition and so forth, and it was a very nice chat, but I knocked off abruptly when I saw the closed door open and my friend Barry Tolman emerge alone.”
“In other words, as my friend Peter Fox says, “Sometimes we’re in a rut so deep, we think it’s a groove.””
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