Many dogs do have a thing for paper, or are just Extreme Omnivores.
Also in this category are the excuses I find most absurd, like “that was how it was done last year.” Would you accept that rationalization from someone on your staff?
Frighteningly, I’ve even heard “the right way doesn’t make sense” as justification for deviation from standards, without any further explanation.
38, Using Models Outside the Actuary’s Area of Expertise (Property and Casualty).
Selection of assumptions for pension valuations is covered in ASOPs 27 and 35.
So what are the chances that someone who is accused is actually telling the truth? What proportion of accused students are telling the truth?
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You can investigate this question through a practical experiment. Is the probability that a truthful student is accused the same as the probability that an accused student is telling the truth?
So now my homework’s ripped to shreds and full of slimy goo. I’m going to dump it on your desk if I don’t get an A. “My dog chewed up my homework” is a common excuse used by students who don’t turn in their homework.
He visits schools, because he loves hanging out with kids (unfortunately, his grandchildren live in Sweden, so he only sees them once a year).
Patent and Trademark Office to accept late applications for patent extensions called it “The Dog Ate My Homework Act” (March 20, 2010).
Basically, this is any child character explaining to his teacher why he hasn't done his homework.