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Monday, September 29, 2008

Jamie Moyer as a Metaphor for the Economy

Given the turmoil in the markets, all of us will be working longer (and perhaps harder and perhaps showing less for the hard work).

Which, of course, brings us to the Seabiscuit of the National League, Jamie Moyer. Winning tons of games after the age of 35. Still going strong at age 46.

Jamie, you're everyone's hero. Tell us how you do it, because we'll all need to follow your lead. Your pitching effectively at 46 is like someone who's worked since he's been 18 still going strong at the age of 70.


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