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Issue: "Daniel of the Year 2002," Dec. 7, 2002

Many of us are just arrogant.

Ronit Monzon, CEO of Educational Systems Employees Federal Credit Union in Baltimore, on a survey of 2,700 CEOs that found 6 in 10 of them arrive late for meetings. The management consulting firm Proudfoot conducted the survey.

With a few keystrokes, these men essentially picked the pockets of tens of thousands of Americans.

U.S. Attorney James B. Comey on the alleged perpetrators of a massive identity theft operation. Authorities estimate that the operation victimized about 30,000 people, with some of them having their bank accounts emptied, addresses changed, and new credit cards opened in their names without their approval.

The convention will be in Boston in September. This way, the Democrats and the Red Sox can face mathematical elimination together.

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NBC Tonight Show host Jay Leno on the Democrats' choice of Boston for their 2004 national convention.

They don't get it.

Beijing theater director Shang Chengjun on Chinese audiences' reaction to his production of George Orwell's Animal Farm.


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