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George “Mule” Suttles was almost lost to history. As noted in a local Tuscaloosa News article following his 2006 induction in the Baseball Hall of Fame, “He was born at the start of a century that’s passed in a town that no longer exists. He played for teams that have long since folded, in leagues that closed up shop more than 50 years ago.” Even so, the reputation of Mule Suttles was sufficient to ensure that he would be placed on the Hall of Fame ballot when the time came.

Noted for his soft-spoken personality, Suttles was not known to draw attention to himself. According to teammate Red Moore, “He didn’t get the ballyhoo that Satchel and Josh got. They were the ones who it seemed all the sports writers put the praise on. Mule Suttles was a powerful hitter. I can’t fathom why he didn’t get the publicity they got. He was a laid-back person. He didn’t do much talking. He wasn’t the boastful type. Sometimes the better players get overlooked.”

The slugging first baseman and outfielder had a playing career that lasted the entire Golden Era of Negro leagues baseball, from 1921 to 1944. He starred with some of the great squads of segregated baseball, including the Newark Eagles, Chicago American Giants and the Birmingham Black Barons.

He boasts a lifetime batting average of more than .325, and was particularly known for his power. According to Moore, fans and opponents would gather to watch him at batting practice, “They’d come out to see him hit the ball. I can tell you he was a great hitter. He was known for his power. He could really hit the ball a long way. In batting practice he hit some tape-measure balls. He could really hit it for distance.”

His skills were so noted by his contemporaries, having been selected to play in five East-West Classic all-star games, where in 1933 he knocked the first home run ever hit in the event.

In addition to his baseball skills, Suttles was also known as a good teammate, often serving as a father figure to the younger players. He is fondly remembered by teammates who recall his kind nature and willingness to do anything to help win a game. As noted by Red Moore, “He was kind of a genteel person. He was friendly, but when he was on the field he went to play. He was all business.”

“We always wondered why Uncle George was never mentioned,” said his niece Merriett Burley who accepted his plaque during the ceremony in Cooperstown, “They always mentioned Satchel Paige and Josh Gibson and Cool Papa Bell, but they never mentioned Uncle George. We’re now saying he’s getting his just rewards. For this to come up now, we’re all just thrilled to death.”

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As we all know that simplification is most widely asked topic in almost every banking exam. So let us try to understand what is actually meant by word ‘Simplification’.

Simplification means to find out a final answer for a complex calculation.

Simplification questions are asked to check the ability of a student to deal with numbers which can be in one of the following two types.

Rules related to Simplification Rule-(I) Replace ‘of’ by ‘Multiplication’ ‘/’ by ‘Division’.

Explanation: Whenever we find ‘of’ in a simplification problem, we can replace that by ‘multiplication(*)’. Similiarly ‘/’ can be replaced by ‘÷’.


Example: Find ¼ of 20

Example: Find ¼ of 20

Solution: (¼) x 20 = 20÷4 = 5


Rule-(II) Always keep in mind the “BODMAS” rule. These operations have priorities in the same order as mentioned.

Rule-(II) Always keep in mind the “BODMAS” rule. These operations have priorities in the same order as mentioned.

Explanation: Whenever we have more than one operation in the given calculation, we have to do the operations according to the priority specified by ‘BODMAS’

Example: Simplify: (2+3)*30

Solution: In this question, we have two things-Bracket Multiplication. According to the BODMAS rule, we have to solve bracket first and not multiplication. So now coming to bracket, we have only one operation-Addition, so we will do addition.

(2+3)*30 = 5*30

Now we have only one operation to do – Multiplication

5*30 = 150

Example : Simplify: (2+5) of 80

Solution: In this question, we have three things – bracket, addition of. Replacing ‘of’ by ‘multiplication’.

(2+5) of 30 = (2+5)*80

Now we have three things – bracket, addition Multiplication. According to the BODMAS rule, we have to solve bracket first and not multiplication. So now coming to bracket, we have only one operation-Addition, we will do addition.

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As far as I can remember, I've removed Bonjour by deleting the folder it's in. Most of the time, this has not caused any major problems. However, I have a new installation of iTunes and I'm wondering if once again I should delete Bonjour.

Are there any issues caused by deleting Bonjour? Would I lose any functionality?

From Apple's knowledge base article about Bonjour on Windows (my emphasis):

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If you don't use any features, then removing Bonjour won't cause you any trouble (except perhaps Apple Software Update might offer to install it again...)

Furthermore, this page has some instructions for more throughly uninstalling Bonjour.

You are able to use "[computer name].local" domains all over your network. This also applies to Apple mobile devices and other hardware (I have: Mac Mini, Western Digital NAS, HP printer and Linux laptop -- it has its own Bonjour called Avahi).

Please support adoption of the Zeroconf protocol and report bugs to Apple, because they give us an opportonity to drop the horrible NetBIOS technology and to connect across different platforms.

You don't need it, about the only thing I have ever actually used it for in a Windows machine is to enable printing to a printer attached to my Airport Extreme. In fact because of the unusual port range it uses, I have actually encountered issues with VPNs that have refused to work properly until it is uninstalled, so I actually remove is as a matter of course.

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