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Wilson tries to strike up a conversation with a man at the airport. The man, who is a consultant, describes what he does for a living. However, Wilson does not understand the man's job because the man cannot explain what he physically does during his workday. Wilson is equally infuriated when a younger man tells him that he is in I.T. Wilson lines out a bunch of nonsense letters for his own job. Then, he tells the young man that he sounds ridiculous when he says that he is in I.T.

In a cab on his way to the hospital, Wilson is offended when a woman in the same cab says she is visiting a sick relative as well. She insists her sick relative situation is sadder because hers is a young person who is dying. She passes off Wilson’s...

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