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Feb 16, 2016

For some of us, waiting is akin to torture.

Credit Workman Publishing

Others make the best of a slow-moving line, meeting new friends in the post office queue, or just enjoying the radio when stuck in a traffic jam.

David Andrews falls into this second, more patient category of humans.

His new book is called Why Does The Other Line Always Move Faster? The short answer is because you're not in it.

Andrews joins us with longer answers about the psychology of waiting in line. http://www.workman.com/products/9780761187073/
 

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