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Tree octopus pushovers

By Debra Dobbins

The word “gullible” also appears in today’s “Freshly Squeezed,” reproduced below. It means easily fooled or duped.

To better understand the meaning of this word, check out an interesting video on NIEOnline that discusses how many people believe there is a “tree octopus.” You’ll find it at http://nieonline.com/grandjunction/videooftheweek.cfm?id=89.

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