Medical & Health

Insurance Sales, January 1989

Medical Economics, July 11, 2003


I've always liked this gag -- I guess you could call it another of my personal favorites. As always, I was sorry to see it rejected by The New Yorker and The Wall Street Journal, but was happy to see it land in Medical Economics.

American Tool, March/April 1999

Your Health, May 5, 1992

Union Communication, June 2006

Nutrition Health Review, October 2002

The National Law Journal, June 8, 1992


Explanation: for lawyers, making partner is everything.

Management Accounting, January 1988


The "Peter Principle" -- that would be the one that goes something like "In an organiization, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence." How true, how true-- but as far as I know, no one has ever named a syndrome after it.


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