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He should totally just fire all those guys.

If Cathy can stock 30 books an hour and Abby can stock 90 books an hour, and both are paid $6 an hour, their boss is currently spending $96 a week to have 720 books stocked. If he went with Abby’s idea, he would spend $72 a week to have 1080 books stocked. Assuming that all the male employees can be replaced with new employees of equal productivity, what is the average annual impact on the nation’s economy from the loss of all the students whose brains explode during the completion of word problems?

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Same with chocolate bars and granola bars. 'Kudos' are in the gray area.

Luckily for the ethical among us, candy companies don’t really have anything to gain by renaming their products to evade sales tax. Although it’s true that it would reduce their prices at no extra cost to them… which might improve sales.

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Finding plotholes in fairy tales is a thankless task.

And her stepsisters didn’t recognize her. Just like Clark Kent’s coworkers. Dress up a little differently, and you’ll fool everyone.

Though, personally, I think it’s completely believable that Superman could obscure his identity by changing his clothes and hairstyle and putting on glasses. Heck, I probably wouldn’t even recognize him twice in the same costume, if it weren’t for the fact that his costume is so blatantly noticeable. ‘Cause, see, he had a completely nondescript face, with no recognizable features at all. (The curl on his forehead doesn’t count, because he only had that when he was Superman, not when he was Clark. I’m telling you, he didn’t just change clothes in the phone booth, he did his HAIR in there too. And it totally worked, because that was his only identifying trait.)

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