April'S Fool

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    Acc206: Principles of Accounting 11

      |   |   | The budget committee of Thumbtack Office Supply has assembled the following data. | a. | Sales in April were $40,000. You forecast that monthly sales will increase 2% over April’s sales |   | In May. June’s sales will increase 4% over April’s sales. July’s sales will increase 20% over April’s sales. |   | Collections are 80% in the month of sale and 20% in the month following sale. |   | b. | Thumbtack maintains inventory of $11,000 plus 25% of the COGS budgeted for the following

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    All the Years of Her Life

    eh, Alfred?'' said Mr. Carr. ''And maybe you'd be good enough to tell me how long this has been going on.''  ''This is the first time I ever took anything.'' Mr. Carr was quick to answer, ''So now you think you tell me a lie? What kind of a fool do I look like, hah? I don't know what goes on in my own store, eh? I/ tell you, you have been doing this for a long time.'' Mr. Carr had a strange smile on his face. ''I don’t like to call the police,'' he said, ''but maybe I should call your father

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    Twelth Night

    throwing the balls into the stage with the fool. I chose this section because it stood out very distinctively because of all the actions that were happening in it. In the scene Sir Toby and Sir Andrew were playing around with the fool and making a lot of noise whilst the others who were living in the house were asleep. Malvolio the butler kept on coming onto the stage every so often to tell Sir Toby, Sir Andrew and the fool to be quiet. It started by the fool running to the back of the stage and grabbing

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    Indian Culture

    celebration that take place in different religious and cultural occasion; however, those are not considered to be public holidays. India also shares celebration with many other countries throughout the world, e.g. New Year’s Day, Valentine’s Day, April’s fool Day, Children’s Day, Mother’s Day and Victory Day. Marriages Being a Country with different cultures, a huge number of marriages rituals and beliefs exist in India. The differences

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    Snapple

    Valentine’s Day. The new couple, and unexpected pairing of Apricot and Orange, will go by the name of Snapricot Orange and will reside in Snapple’s signature bottle.” Snapple unveiled other new products around other special days. Just in time for April’s Fools Day 2003, Snapple announced its new Kiwi Teawi Iced Tea. Sporting an upside-down label, Snapple encouraged consumers to “Flip your hat, turn your shirt backwards, and keep a bottle close by your side - if anyone asks why you’re dressed so oddly

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    Twelfth Night-Feste

    the audience may believe a ‘fool’ to be purely someone to make you laugh and be an idiot. However Feste is very much the opposite; he fits the definition of wise, he speaks profoundly, questions high class characters such as Olivia and almost undermines her with his wit. He is very melancholic, especially about love whereas everybody else is almost controlled by it and the audience may see him to be wise because he avoids love to stay happy. Feste is a ‘licenced fool’ in “Twelfth Night” and this

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    Google Brand

    consumers appreciate that (Nic, n.d.). K a t h a r i n a L e o n h a r d t - B S N S 7 4 5 4 , A 2 | 13 Google may be one of the most successful companies, nevertheless, that does not mean they cannot have a little bit of fun: On every April’s fools day, they make up a new product, service or anything else, such as job openings on the moon or a sports drink called Google Gulp. Such jokes bring Google plenty of press but also real personality to their brand. Google seems to be down-to-earth

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    What Fools These Mortals Be

    In the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Shakespeare, there are many aspects of love. Many characters present a dark feeling of love towards others. Helena believes her friendship with Hermia has changed ever since men have entered their lives. Helena reacts to this adjustment in her life with jealousy. Theseus shows his love for Hippolyta in a more manly way rather than romantically. He believes in the more dominant type of love, where man overpowers woman. Egeus, Hermia’s father, is an ignorant

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    Film Analysis - Why Do Fools Fall in Love

    Why Do Fools Fall In Love is the 116 minute true story of 3 women, from 3 different worlds, all with one thing in common – the same husband. 50’s rock-n-roll icon Frankie Lymon, former lead singer of Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers. Each claiming to be the widow of the long-dead singer/songwriter, the ladies have returned to claim the royalties due to his estate. Director Grevory Nava and Warner Brothers present a biographical film, filled with various elements of film technique such as its narrative

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    Ethics

    volunteers and 100 % funded by donations. This project will reveal organizational issues, external social pressures, influences on organizational ethics and the relationship between legal and ethical issues. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statics, April’s unemployment rate was 7.5% (Statistics, 2013). The short term solution of unemployment or financial assistance does not solve a community’s social economical problem. The competition for employment is great and the need to market ones skills is even

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    King Lear & 1984

    we have the Fool who appears to be a dumb, foolish, jester. In reality, the Fool is very wise. He serves as Lear's inner conscience throughout the play. His role is as a tutor to Lear. The Fool knows all of Lear's faults and he tries to offer Lear insight and reveal truth. Throughout the play, the Fool observes the disorder that Lear has not only caused to himself but also to his entire kingdom, while constant references made  by him sarcastically indicate Lear's foolishness. The Fool tries to help

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    A Recycling Proposal for a Tim Hortons Store

    Moderate LO: 2 141. You are reviewing the accounting records of April's Furniture Emporium, owned by April Lapierre. You have uncovered the following situations. Compose a memo to Ms. Lapierre. Cite the appropriate accounting principle and suggest an action for each separate item. (1)|April wrote a cheque for $350 to Wee Care Day Care Centre. The amount paid for day care for Justin Lapierre, April's son.| (2)|April plans a Going Out of Business Sale for May, since she will be

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    The General Prologue of the Canterbury Tales

    make melody That sleep through all the night with open eye (So Nature urges them on to ramp and rage)” The first 11 lines have all the essential elements of the conventional first stanza of a love lyric, indicating the vitality of springtime: April’s sweet showers, budding flowers, burgeoning leaves, the warm Zephyr, the melodious chirps of birds stimulated by the beauty of Nature. The whole imagery triggers narrator’s poetic sensibilities as well as the readers. It is about a sense of relief

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    Family Assessment

    grandmother said she was not worried about April abusing Daishon, only that she may not have enough money for food, rent, and other necessities. Charlene said she was worried about how April’s friends treated Daishon, but had no specific reasons for this concern. Grandmother stated that she received a call from April’s landlord with concerns. April Lockhart and her son had moved into the apartment complex in mid July and he did not know them very well. He said he began to have problems with her immediately

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    American Poetry of Xx Century

    Christianity, are cultural constructions that become eventually merely rhetorical souvenirs. For Stevens, there is no isle Melodious, where spirits gat them home, Nor visionary south, nor cloudy palm Remote on heaven's hill, that has endured As April's green endures; or will endure

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    Nothing

    aware as a foreign student about the importance and beauty of their outcomes. Inspiring others and leading them to a better life were great goals I felt in this project. When we had our first meeting with April, an African American owner of Auntie April’s, I felt her passion to expand and improve her business but she wanted help. She does not know how to get that private fund or investment whose process is a hard row to hoe. Not less important , the other party we worked with “Rising Sun” whose initiators

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    King Lear

    father. Although she professed to love him more than anything in order to get her inheritance, now that he is staying with her and has nothing more to give her, she cannot tolerate him. She calls him a fool and says that since he's given away his power, he should not try to have any more authority. "Old fools are babes again," she says (line 20), and she plans to discipline her father like a child Act 1, Scene 4 Analysis In this scene, Goneril drives her father out of her house. She has told her servants

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    Comparing Two Screen Versions of the Fool in King Lear

    Comparing two screen versions of King Lear - The Fool: The Fool is a character who is used by Shakespeare to point out King Lear’s follies throughout the play by using thinly veiled songs and quotes (‘Fathers that wear rags/Do make their children blind/But fathers that bear bags/Shall see their children kind’ and ‘Thou shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise’). He disappears in Act 3, Scene 6 because his purpose has been taken away from him as Lear starts to regain his senses and

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    In the Birthday Party, Is Meg Presented Simply as a Comic Fool?

    Is Meg presented simply as a comic fool?  In The Birthday Party, Pinter makes Meg a fool so that the audience can feel above her. The establishment of the audience’s feeling of superiority is, for me, best exemplified in the discourse between Meg and Petey: PETEY. ‘there’s a new show coming to the Palace….’No singing or dancing’. MEG. ‘What do they do then?’ PETEY. ‘They just talk (pause)’ MEG. ‘Oh’. This device ridicules Meg, as the audience obviously comprises a group of people who enjoy shows

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    Bones and Fools

    ../ Refraction is the bending of a wave front as the wave front passes between two substances in which the speed of the wave differs ../ The angle of refraction 8r is the angle between the refracted ray and normal line ../ Refraction occurs when light's velocity changes ../ When light moves from one medium to another, part of it is reflected and part is refracted; the frequency of the light does not change during refraction ../ When the light ray moves from air into glass, the refracted ray is bent

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    NUMERICAL FIRST-LINE INDEX SONNETS 133-144 133 Beshrew that heart that makes my heart to groan 134 So, now I have confess’d that he is thine, 135 Whoever hath her wish, thou hast thy ‘Will,’ 136 If thy soul cheque thee that I come so near, 137 Thou blind fool, Love, what dost thou to mine eyes, 138 When my love swears that she is made of truth 139 O, call not me to justify the wrong 140 Be wise as thou art cruel; do not press 141 In faith, I do not love thee with mine eyes, 142 Love is my sin and thy dear

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    Trying to Fool the System

    очень уютно). Ср. Тепло, светло и мухи не усают As sure as eggs is eggs Верно, как то, что яйца суть яйца. Ср. Как дважды два – четыре As the call, so the echo Как покличешь, так и откликнется Ср. Как аукнется, так и откликнется As the fool thinks, so the bell clinks Дурак думает, что стоит ему захотеть, и колокол зазвонит. Ср. Дуракам закон не писан. Дуракам закон не писан, если писан - то не читан, если читан - то не понят, если понят - то не так As the old cock crows, so does

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    Foucault and the Ship of Fools

    MICHEL FOUCAULT & THE SHIP OF FOOLS TERM PAPER - WESTERN PHILOSOPHY Submitted by, Meera M Panicker

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    Genogram Ecomap Bird Family

    comfort me when I need him to. All I want is what is best for our family but April’s lies and behavior is even causing strain on the relationship I have with John. I want to give April the support and love that I never had. Growing up without a support system was very difficult for me. The only person that understood me was my best friend who committed suicide when I needed he the most, I then felt truly alone. April’s father, my ex-husband is nowhere in the picture but I fear that April might turn

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    Sharknado

    Baz (Jaason Simmons) and Nova (Scerbo), to rescue his estranged wife, April (Reid), and teenage daughter, Claudia (Aubrey Peeples). While the gang is in Finn's jeep, The Emergency Alert System appears, announcing a tornado warning. He succeeds but April's boyfriend is eaten by the sharks. The group meets up with Matt (Chuck Hittinger), the adult son of Fin and April, who is in flying school. They decide to try to stop the threat of the incoming "sharknadoes" by tossing bombs into them from a helicopter

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    Group Communication

    situation should be handled. The method that April’s boss wanted to use was not possible but April could not get him to understand that. In order to make her boss understand her method, April had to enlist the help of the finance team at a sister plant. April had to gather real examples of how the sister plant handles ingredient traceability and present them to her boss. Once she had presented the facts, April’s boss had no choice but to agree to April’s suggestions for ingredient traceability. Despite

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    Chris Mccandless - Fool or Hero

    a journey filled with idealist literature and danger that skewed his world view. Chris McCandless is often seen as a narcissistic, deeply-misplaced young man that betrayed the emotional trust of his parents. He was not the ideal hero, nor was he a fool. He was rather an idealist, applying his beliefs in order to shift his purpose, unable to be influenced by the forces in his life, such as his collegiate endeavors and his family. “At long last he was unencumbered, emancipated from the stifling world

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    Fools Crow

    All is Lost In Fools Crow, by James Welch, Welch shows that everything can be lost through betrayal, the loss of a center, and no trust. This is described in the text of Fools Crow, by the story told by Mad Plume of the Black Patched Moccasins. Mad Plume tells Fools Crow, formally known as White Mans Dog, about their past and their downfall. Betrayal is the start to something that can destroy everything that a tribe once was. Little Dog was once the chief of the Black Patched Moccasins. “Many

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    The Twelfth Night

    The fool is surprised that Sebastian is suggesting that he was not sent for Sebastian. Sebastian tells the fool to go away, calling him a “foolish fellow” (IV.i.2). Feste compliments Sebastian for holding out on him. He then sarcastically says that Olivia did not send him, that she does not want to speak with Sebastian, and that Sebastian’s name is not Master Cesario. The fool continues with a joke to emphasize the sarcasm: “nor this my nose neither” (IV.i.6). Sebastian instructs the fool to tell

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    Not Quite the Monster They Call It

    is what has happened. Crime rates in many cities have fallen sharply in the 1990s. Lo and behold, the population of many city centres has begun to rise again. Perhaps the most surprising victims of sprawl are the suburbs themselves. Ever since April's killing of schoolchildren in Littleton, a rich suburb of Denver, Americans have been agonising that the suburban bliss they sought—large houses, clear air, better schools, less crime—was turning sour. Older suburbs are starting to suffer from some

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    A Worthy Fool

    Aaron Cornelius Pledge English III Mrs. Brown December 7, 2013 A Worthy Fool In many of his plays, Shakespeare is able to use characters in a very exciting way. Certain characters are able to transform the entire play in a special way. For Romeo and Juliet, there is Friar Lawrence, Julius Caesar there is Casca, and for As You Like It there is Touchstone. Even though these characters may not be the focus of the play, they do have an indiscrete purpose and serve what turns out to be

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    Marketing Plan

    Executive Summary April’s Pasta will be the leading gourmet pasta restaurant in Madison, WI with a fast paced developing consumer brand and growing customer satisfaction. This great line of premium pasta dishes includes incredibly unique dishes with smoked salmon and chicken and cheese linguini in an alfredo sauce. April’s Pasta also serves creatively made salads, beverages, and desserts. April’s Pasta will reinvent the pasta experience for individuals, families, and take-out customers with all

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    King Lear

    Literature 10/30/14 Who’s the fool? King Lear is a story about an old king that, before retiring, splits his in half and gives it to his two older daughters. This turns out to be a bad decision due to the fact that neither of those daughters seems to like him. Along this road there are people that help him get through this ordeal. One of these people is known throughout the play as the fool, but is the fool really a fool or is he something greater? The fool doesn’t change the way he acts towards

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    A Fool and His Gun

    A Fool and his Gun The story "The Man Who Was Almost a Man” by Richard Wright provides insight into the main character, Dave Saunders, by providing a stream of consciousness perspective. Still a boy, Dave’s desire to be respected as an adult is undermined by his immature actions. Frustrated by how he is treated by other people, Dave becomes fixated on the idea that if he had a gun, “then they couldn’t talk to him as though he were a little boy” (899 Wright). He impulsively heads to the store to

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    Themes and Motifs in King Lear

    existence. An example of this is the fool who appears to be a dumb, foolish, jester. In reality, the Fool is very wise. He serves as Lear's inner voice throughout the play. The Fool knows all of Lear's faults and he tries to offer Lear advice and reveal truth. Throughout the play, the Fool observes the mess that Lear has not only caused to himself but also to his entire kingdom, while constant references made by him sarcastically indicate Lear's foolishness. The Fool tries to help Lear feel better about

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    Pyc4805 Mind Map Assinment

    self-referencing and as such, create their own reality. The members of the Bird family are not isolated elements but rather a symphony of interactions that are complementary and circular. The matter must not be looked only to Mavis and John as the precursors to April’s symptoms. April herself contributes to the dynamic of the family which in turn, influences the manner in which the family responds to her. It seems as if she is using her parent’s “weak” bond as a gateway to her wrong doings. It is necessary for

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    Lol This Is for Fools

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    Pyc 4808

    comfort me when I need him to. All I want is what is best for our family but April’s lies and behavior is even causing strain on the relationship I have with John. I want to give April the support and love that I never had. Growing up without a support system was very difficult for me. The only person that understood me was my best friend who committed suicide when I needed he the most, I then felt truly alone. April’s father, my exhusband is nowhere in the picture but I fear that April might turn

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    Lovesick Fool

    MINOR THESIS: STRUCTURE Your minor thesis (sometimes called a research report) is a description of your research project based on your research question(s) and/or problem(s). Your thesis tells the story of your research questions/ problems and how you found answers to them. What is the purpose of a minor thesis? purpose Although it may make a contribution to your broader academic field, the main purposes of a minor thesis or research report are to demonstrate: • • a critical awareness of the previous

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    Ontological Arugument

    being, God, exists. In the first paragraph, St. Anselm argues that God exists. However, he points out that the fool believes there is no God, so the contradiction is the God exists or not. Also, St. Anselm regards the idea of God is the greatest being that can ever be imagined as the bedrock of the discussion of the existence of the God. St. Anselm holds the belief that the fool “understand what he hears, and what he understands is in his understanding”, which implied the fool’s opinion: the

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    Wisdom and Laziness

    diligent with his work and a person that is lazy is a fool. One could say the primary source for Hebrew wisdom is form the book of Proverbs in the Old Testament written by a man who received wisdom from God, King Solomon (2 Chronicles 1:10). There are many themes covered throughout the book of Proverbs, however some of the most prevailing themes are that of wisdom and folly. “The book of Proverbs consistently presents the sluggard as a fool and the diligent person as wise” (Hindson, 2012). The teachings

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    Fools Crow Essay

    Liechty AP English 3 Pohl Period 6 23 July 2014 Characterization of Fools Crow When writing, authors use different techniques to give the characters specific qualities. One method an author can use is characterization, which is the information the author gives to the reader about the characters such as physical appearance, feelings or dreams the character has, and what others say or how they react to the character. In the novel Fools Crow, James Welch uses characterization to enhance the personality

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    Ok so You Love Me

    It's JB(JB) My friends say I'm a fool To think that you're the one for me I guess I'm just a sucker for love Cuz honestly the truth is That you know I'm never leavin Cuz you're my angel sent from above Baby you can do no wrong My money is yours Give you little more because I love ya, love ya With me, girl, is where you belong Just stay right here I promise my dear but nothin above ya, above ya Love me, love me Say that you love me Fool me, fool me Oh how you do me Kiss me, kiss

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    Business

    4/11 5,000 units 4/28 8,000 units 9,000 units were on hand at the end of April. Required: 1. Assuming that Bauxite uses a periodic inventory system and employs the average cost method, determine cost of goods sold for April and April’s ending inventory. COGS=298941 2. Repeat requirement 1 assuming that the company uses a perpetual inventory system. COGS=297100 Exercise 8-6 Dollar-value LIFO ( LO8-8 Text: E 8-22 On January 1, 2013, the Delbridge

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    Revolutionay Road

    afraid of making fools of them-selves and they had compounded that fear with being afraid to admit it to each other. Being that April wheeler attended one of the top drama schools, in New York City, she may have put more pressure on herself then the rest of the Laurel Players. The rest of the cast was able to laugh it off, for April she just wanted to be left alone and her husband frank just wanted to comfort her. I feel this was just another unspoken disappointment in April’s life that soon was

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    The Powerless Protagonist - a Reflection on the Powerlessness of the Individual in Modern Russian Society Through the Film "Durak" (the Fool)

    Essay The powerless protagonist - A reflection on the powerlessness of the individual in modern Russian society through the film “Durak” (The Fool) INTRODUCTION “You must obey the law, always, not only when they grab you by your special place.” Vladimir Putin I grew up on American movies built around stories portraying an underdog protagonist (ex. Erin Brockovich) who against all odds through hardship and danger manages to beat all sources of antagonism, fight injustice, save the day

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    Book Review

    prejudice and discrimination which shows the diverse experiences and environment in their foster families for her and her little sister. April’s experiences with the DeRosier family provided the racism do exist in a great extent, and even worse, they were defenseless and have few human rights. There are two quite upset stories about April in bullied. One is April’s social worker who supposes to protect her from discrimination give her attitude to April. Another is Mrs Semple on overt racism and unfair

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    God's Fool

    Green’s book “God’s Fool” chronicles the life of St. Francis. Discuss how Francis and the Franciscans fit into reforms of the late Middle Ages. Discuss the general climate which fostered their “radicalism” and the church’s response to them. Saint Francis Influence St. Francis of Assisi originally born Giovanni Francesco di Bernadone was born between 1881 and 1882. He is revered by the Catholic Church, and is known as “the most Christ-like man who ever lived”. St. Francis holds great importance

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    Sometihing

    It is hard to compare baseball sluggers Barry Bonds and Willie Mays if one but not the other used steroids, or if one had the benefit of improved equipment. It’s hard to derive a conclusion from the fact that this April’s retail business activity is way down as compared with last April’s, if Easter fell in March this year and the weather was especially cold. That more male than female drivers are involved in traffic fatalities doesn’t mean much by itself, since male drivers collectively drive more

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    April's Fool.

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