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From the nationally syndicated radio spot, “The Osgood File,” January 6, 1995, a report concerned some Benedictine Monks in Virginia who support themselves with a fruitcake business — a business that has done so well that they contacted a computer consultant to set their business up on computer. The consultant saw an opportunity for some additional new business and not only set them up on computer for their own fruitcake enterprise, but established the monks as data entry clerks for hospitals and major corporations sending their data to the companies via E-Mail. It has worked so well, that numerous orders of monks and nuns have joined the data entry business. Charles Osgood then added the comment that the consultant and the companies using the monks and nuns have unexpectedly discovered a tremendous side benefit to using these people for data entry. Osgood said “Because they have no outside or worldly distraction in their lives, their work is virtually…

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