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Something old, something new . . . something to sprinkle into your lunchtime conversations . . .
If chemists and physicistsA constantly got itA wrong when predicting the outcome ofA a chemical reaction or calculatingA theA required speed for airplane lift, their sciences would be discredited.A Not so, of course for economists. In fact, in 1974 two economists shared the Nobel Prize in economics for saying opposing things.
"no texting." Doesn't that sum up everything when it's on the list of Ground Rules for a nonprofit meeting?
This large sign was photographed at a multi-racial youth organization by a staffperson who wishes her organization to be anonymous. So she will get a box of avocados delivered to her (this was a contest, remember?!) but we won't publish her name or organization.
If you like word search puzzles, take a break and try this puzzle featuring nonprofit-related words. Remember: words can appear forwards, backwards, diagonal, up or down -- kind of like the directions we're known to go in. Here are the words, followed by the puzzle. Print it out for lunchroom fun or save it for the plane if you're headed for vacation!