The world seems to run in extremes. On the one hand are those who never exercise. Doctor’s admonitions — and the examples of people who’ve thrown their health away — make no difference. But there is another extreme.
For some people, exercising a few times a week is not enough. Exercising every day is not enough. They must exercise twice a day. Otherwise, they’ll collapse, they say. Too much stress. In the gym before 6 a.m. — then again, on the elliptical, in the middle of the day.
On the one hand, $40.5 billion is a pretty good deal. That’s how much Israel’s Teva Pharmaceuticals paid for Allergan PLC. I can’t even conceive of $40.5 billion. It’s like a light year — an inconceivable distance, not to mention millions of light years. But there is another extreme.