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Even people who work long hours have downtime. There are 168 hours per week. Subtract fifty for work and commuting, fifty-six for sleep (eight hours x seven days), and you get sixty-two hours left over. Few people spend that much time on other have-to-dos such as child care and housekeeping. So the time is there. The...
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