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To explain what we mean by "content," I like to use A Christmas Story. Everyone's seen it, even if you don't do Christmas.
You know how Ralphie's favorite thing in the world, besides the elusive Red Ryder BB Gun, is the Little Orphan Annie radio program? He never misses it. Once Ralphie finally finds that decoder ring in the mailbox, he is even more keen to tune in, eagerly awaiting the next episode. Well, the Little Orphan Annie radio program is content.
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