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Epsilon Theory’s Latest: ‘Good Job!’

"But it doesn’t work. Or at least it doesn’t work anymore."

"But it doesn’t work. Or at least it doesn’t work anymore."
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3 comments on “Epsilon Theory’s Latest: ‘Good Job!’

  1. Tom Swift

    I blame it all on Edward Bernays, Phineas T. Farnsworth and the New Testament.
    Just plain human laziness probably exacerbates most of the dismal performance results.

  2. monkfelonious

    I love the way this guy writes and I was as captivated (as usual) until the last few paragraphs. There are people (and dogs) past and present who are ‘good dogs’ by his definition, but I’m quite certain that Blondi loved Adolph as much as any dog would or could all the while just doing ‘her job’, alongside and as well as her master.

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