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The two men at a lecture

discuss with each other

about the nature of economics.

everything that they say is in rhyme

and the points they

make are in opposition with

one another.  One leaves the studio

and the audience is silent, in shock.  He walks

past the parking lot and into

a very big meadow, where there

is an old man of olden days.  He asks

what it means to rhyme.  And the

one in stride, says that it

has to do with sounds. The field

liver doesn’t hear him.