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Well, how do you determine that?
Well, because they're people that I know, or else if
they're new people, through people that I trust who know them
already or through Congressmen or senators who know them and
say, “Support him, he'11 help you if he gets in.”
This takes a lot of doing, a lot of research, doesn't It, to
draw up a list, because your list is extensive.
Well, it's not very difficult really, because if you're
used to, who's in your line of interest, and you know a lot of
people from the past, it all kind of falls in shape. It's as if it's
all part of a business you're in. People you know tell you,
or you find out easily. It would be terrible to start out fresh.
So now you launch forth into a new era, as you term It, and
it's gratifying to know that you're there.
Well, we'll see what comes of it. At any ate, some
unexpected good things may happen, like the L-DOPA for
Parkinson's disease, like the vaccine for rubella. Some breaks
may occur that one can't envisage, that may be very important
and exciting. You just have to pray:
Well, thank you very much.
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