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Reducing recession anxiety slice by slice

When I need to reduce my own recession worries my mind turns to food, most often, pizza. Speaking of which, there was a good article about new pizza places in New York City a couple of weeks ago in the NY Times, http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/08/dining/08pizza.html?scp=6&sq=pizza&st=cse

Made me think, does a good slice of pizza taste better on days when the Dow is having an up day or a down day? Does it taste better when you have a ton of money in the bank or when you’re scraping bottom? Or does the enjoyment of a slice of pizza correlate with absolutely nothing other than that particular slice of pizza? Could it be that a slice of pizza turns out to be a major clue in our endless pursuit of happiness? (I love when I go on philosophical rants as if I knew what I was talking about.)

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