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“you can’t expect to solve your problems by running away from them.”
Mort Temes
October 4, 1958

 

“When did you first begin to notice your retreat from Moscow?”
Frosty
September 29, 1956

 

“The superficial manifestations are overt in the extreme. Still, I’d like to explore the superego and the id to a greater degree before making a firm diagnosis that you’re not in possession of all your marbles.”
Brad Anderson
September 24, 1960

 

Fritz Wilkinson
September 21, 1957

 

“Now I’ve developed this dreadful fear of getting your bill.”
Chon Day
August 2, 1958

 

“People find me boring.”
Joseph Zeis
March 29, 1958

 

“Then in the fourth grade…”
Vahan Shirvanian
January 25, 1958

 

“I think I was better off when my hostility was latent.”
Stan Hunt
January 2, 1960

 

“Now read it back to me.”
Vahan Shirvanian
December 3, 1960

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  1. There really ARE some great ones here. My most favorite has to be the bottom one (12/3/60): “Now read it back to me.” I don’t think the doctor can, no. Then there’s the 5th one down about fear of getting the bill. If I were writing that one today, I’d have to add “Are you still in my network of doctors or not? God knows I’m forced to ask.”

    Then finally there’s number 6 down: “People find me boring.” At least the doctor was taking notes before he fell asleep and dropped the pen. (Fortunately it wasn’t a cigar or cigarette.)

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