The story is told of a New York City school teacher who decided he needed to see a psychiatrist. Determined to get first-class help, he picked one with a fashionable Park Avenue address. When he entered the beautifully decorated reception room, he found no one in attendance. Then he saw two beautifully paneled doors labeled “Men” and “Women”. He pushed open the door marked “Men” and found himself in a second room with two doors — one labeled “Introverts” and the other “Extroverts”. He entered the door marked “Introverts” and found himself in a third room with two doors. These were designated, “Those Making $100,000 a Year Or More” and “Those Making Less Than $100,000 a Year”. He walked through the less-than-$100,000-a-year door and found himself right back on the Park Avenue sidewalk.

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