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By Johnny Hart BUGS BUNNY The Famous Rabbit POVERTY \5fC COmnm D STATE OF AMND D 1 ....' 5' ''60LDdR\CK\M6" IBEOVERCOME? YESD No, ne» sntiraly. Soma fcal it ought not bo. "Goldbricking can bo a rolativoly hormlMs form of rabellion — o kind of fofoty valvo that koopt mon from blowing off or blowing up. As such, it it sometimes approved, not only by enlisted men but even by officers. If goldbricking is ever to bo reduced, other and less costly ways must be found to express emotional distress. SOhAE PEOPLE ATTRACT TROUBLE.' TRUEO, FALSE • True. Experiences don't just happen; most people usually go out and "ask for it." Some people attract trouble, the way sugar attracts ants. Others are always having the nicest things happen to them, or, at least, they always land on their feet. Some things don't just happen. Usually, people don't know why they attract trouble or pleasant experiences. To get along well with others, you ought to find out why this happens.