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The Richard Simmons vortex [Mimi Pond cartoon]

Can the motivational messages of exercise guru Richard Simmons give Americans just the attitude adjustment they need to survive in today's climate of defeat?

Here's cartoonist Mimi Pond:


(Click on the cartoon to see it at full size.)


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