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  • I’ll Know the Recession Is Really Over When …
    By WSJ StaffAARP, the association for seniors, poses that question to luminaries and ordinary folk in the new issue of its AARP Bulletin.
    Among the answers:
    “When my patients go back to talking about how much they hate their mother, rather than how much they hate the government for getting them into this financial mess.” —Carole Lieberman, psychiatrist 2010 Dana Point Concours- 100 Years of Alfa Romeo_12549, Beverly Hills beats headphones, Calif.
    “When my commission is more than I pay my baby-sitter.” —Kelly Brockington, high-end retail saleswoman, New York
    “When I no longer count mail-in rebates as income.” —Nancy Lombardo 2006 Ford Fusion I4 Manual- In the Autoblog Garag, comedian, New York
    “When the car ads on television replace those for depression meds.”—Tom Pryor, director, Small Business Development Center for Enterprise Excellence, Fort Worth, Texas
    “When I become first in line at the stroke of noon at our local thrift shop and the pickin’s are more like they were two years ago. Ohhhh, we used to get some gooood stuff.” —Joy Cadden, handbag designer, Millville 2012 Audi S7 saunters slyly onto stage, shows sultry shape_2915, Del.
    How will you know the recession is really over?