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May 10, 2012


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josh g.

Something I've noticed this year: we are incredibly, unnaturally reluctant to use the word "greed".

It wasn't used once in this entire post, even though that's unavoidably what this is about.

Why? What's happened to us that we're so strangely, subtly conditioned not to say the 'g' word?

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