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-1 Jasmine Fluker Maroeonomics/Yosif Tues-Thurs 11-12:20 November 18 2010 In the article I found in the Huntsville Times Madison county residents are owed money from the IRS because of address confusion. Although in the article Dan Boone from the IRS stated, “The IRS is ready to reissue these checks once the taxpayers give us a correct address,” many of the people are scared to because of identity theft scams. The refunds owed equal up too $2.89 million statewide; $123,590 in Madison County alone, or about $1,300 each. They are advising people to check their refund status online to aviod scamming and confusion. Jasmine Fluker
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Maroeonomics/ Yosif Tues-Thurs 11-12:20 November 18 2010 The article I stumbled across on CNN’s website was about the psychology of dogs. The psychologist behind the study say that dogs understand humans better than any
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Unformatted text preview: other speies on this planet, even chipansizees. They say dogs learn gestures just as children do at a very young age. The article also talked about how dogs are able to have different relationships with different people because of their evolved social skills. The domestication in dogs has made them smarter although they are not perfect. Dogs are so similar to children they misbehave when you turn your back. The articles states, “At the end of the day, dogs may rely on humans, but they also use their skills to manipulate their owners and the world they live in. And even though dog owners like to think they're in command, the professor says it may actually be Fido who is really in charge.”...
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  • Spring '10
  • Brown
  • Psychology, Cheque, Huntsville, Alabama

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