Monday, March 30, 2015 Nisan 10, 5775

What would Hans Christian Andersen have to say today?
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Mort Alper- JE Feature
What a wonderful surprise when tourists clutch phrase books that are only needed for extreme emergencies like "Where's the dollar store?" You can have a happy face in Denmark and Norway because many locals speak English. While these two countries don't cover all of Scandinavia, if you only have limited time much can be seen when traveling by plane. Perhaps...
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Imagine losing your computer or PDA, and not having any of the information backed up. How long would it take you to reconstruct that information? What would you do in the meantime? Losing your personal information is devastating enough, but now imagine that you're a businessperson whose company has been hit by a natural or human-made disaster, destroying all your...
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Craig G. Langweiler- JE Feature
With the start of a new year, now's a good time to look at some of the numbers, weigh some of the statistics, and understand where the gains and losses came from during the past fiscal year. The S&P 500 stock index was up 4.9 percent in 2005, less than half of the 10.4 percent average return achieved over the...
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Ben Franklin … Jewish? What did he use to discover electricity - Yiddish kite? "Well, he might have been Jewish. I've heard that his actual name was Moshe Ben Franklin," joshes Josh Kornbluth, Jewish himself and Franklin's avuncular avatar on stage. Early to bed, early to rise - you still won't be able to put one over on this mirthful...
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Rochester, Minn. Magnetic shoe insoles did not effectively relieve foot pain among patients in a study, according to a recent report in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. And the results indicate that patients who strongly believed in magnets had pain relief, even if they were given false magnets to wear. "This study provides convincing evidence that use of these static magnets was...
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