- Nov 10, 2006
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I've always wondered, when walking in the city on weekdays, if people who walk really slow (not including elerly or disabled- I mean people who just choose to walk really slow) in general tend to earn less money than people who haul ass everywhere- barring any sort of external uncontrollable circumstances of course. I can't find any studies online about this but I'm sure there has to be a correlation. Im the city, when I pass people my age who are just ambling along I always wonder if the things they don't get done in a normal day accumulate through the years in multiple aspects of life. Not just money, but social things and whatnot. Is this a thing or am I overthinking it?