When I first started out, my friend Morgenstern was general counsel of our division. One day he saw me walking down the hall with a magazine, reading. He took me into his office and put an avuncular arm on my shoulder. "Don't walk around with reading material," he said to me. "At best, people will think your head isn't in the game. At worst, they'll think you're on your way to the restroom." Today there are two of us from the old division still standing -- me and Morgenstern.
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