And if that doesn’t work mace ’em with oxytocin.
November 2, 2011
Why hugging a banker may be the answer the 99% are looking for:
An individual so traumatized by his parents' late-in-life conversion from "life in the fast lane" to born again Christianity that he has been driven to study religion for the rest of his life. His main interest is in religion "outside the box" ... religiosity as it happens in small groups, subcultures, and organizations. View all posts by nodoz99
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