C.M.O. 5.7.2010

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May 7, 2010

After a recent bout of severe headaches and upon the urgent urging of friends and family I have undergone a series of MRI’s, CAT Scans, EKG’s and whatever other test they could throw at me.  The results show that the skeptisus and cynicis areas of my brain are enlarged.

For those not familiar with cranial topography, as I was not before all this went on, these are the areas of the brain that produce skepticism and cynicism.  The doctors say these areas of the brain, like the body’s muscle tissue, grow when exercised and will equally atrophy when rested.

As such my prescription is to take a week or so off from watching the goings on of Wall Street and what has become more and more the case these days, Washington.

There is no reason to worry as the doctors say a full recovery is expected and one specialist I saw predicted that given time and the proper medication, I will come to perceive Washington as 20% more intelligent and Wall St. as 20% less avaricious.

Being on the front end of my treatment I am skeptical that will be the case but the good doctor said that was just me being cynical.

Regardless, I look forward to being back in touch with you all shortly.

Enjoy the weekend.

Jim Delaney

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