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December 7, 2002
I watched an Amish man drink coffee with his mother at a hamburger joint, when there was a coffee shop not more than twenty steps away.

I watched a twenty-something year-old Asian girl sharing fries with a forty year-old professor type of some sort. They both wore wedding bands. She married him, it seems, not for money, neither sex nor sport, but for intellect. In her naiveté, this girl came to believe that no man closer to her age could possibly comprehend the vastness of her imagination and intellectual capacity.

I watched and discovered that stupidity discriminates nobody in particular.