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This is the works on that.
So you go fortified with mighty impressive material.
Oh, well, certainly. You wouldn't get anywhere
otherwise. That's how we have the money for cancer, heart,
and eye. There's nobody else doing it that comes with any
specific facts, except Dr. Maumanee, the great eye doctor, who
is a great witness and lobbyist, and also has at least four
patients on the committees.
And then what? Do you stay with them and do they go
through the material you leave with them?
I never hand them anything that they can't see at a
glance of an eye. That's why they're color charts.
And short memos?
And short memos. Certainly. Otherwise, you know,
they have too -- it's too much.
Well, and then you stay with them. How long does an
You could spend a lot of time with them, but if you
don't get them in six minutes, you haven't got them. And, you
know, they often don't promise anything. They just say they'll
think about it or something like that. But the answer is that
we have more money each time.
Well, that's certainly an invaluable kind of service.
Well, it came from five hundred and fifty thousand
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