fools paradise


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fool's′ par′adise


n.
a state of illusory happiness.
[1425–75]
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Other galleries holding receptions tonight but not on the walking tour: Circle of Hands, Karin Clarke Gallery, La Follette Gallery, New Zone Art Collective, Saigon Restaurant, Jawbreaker Gallery and WOW Hall Lobby Gallery, New Odyssey Juice and Java and Fools Paradise Tea House, all in Eugene, and Siuslaw Bank on Main Street in Springfield.
Circus entertainers Fools Paradise will perform a family show on Saturday and Sunday.
He said those, who were creating a scene and doing a political game by giving an impression of big political alliance while sitting in London, were living in fools paradise as such rejected politicians could not succeed in their designs.
Sharmila Farooqui has said that those who talk about change in government live in fools paradise and they are the enemy of democracy and masses and they will never be able to get their ulterior motives and the present democratic government will complete its tenure, and the development works, initiated by the government for the welfare of the people, will be completed within given period.
The Fools Paradise cabaret tent will host acts, including clowns, jugglers, unicyclists, comedians, musicians, daredevil acrobats and comic tightrope walkers.