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April 23, 2017

Humor: Make Your Case Using Compelling Data

Humor - Cartoon: Make Your Case Using Compelling Data

Son to his parents: "I went through the data and found an 11.7% increase in the discretionary spending portion of our family budget, so I see no reason no to raise my allowance."

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