In April 2000, the governor of Texas, Rick Perry, spoke at a business meeting in Dallas. He conversed with the person who introduced him, gave a short speech, and then took questions from the audience. A man in the back of the room abruptly stood up and began waving his arms. “We can see him perfectly,” the man shouted. “But what can he see?” The governor interrupted him to say, “I see you waving your arms in the back of the room.” The reason for this unusual exchange was that the governor ...

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