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This sentence is false.[citation needed]
 
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Or "three rabbis, four opinions".

From this, it can be proven by induction that zero rabbis will have one opinion.  (And it will probably be pretty difficult to change that opinion.)
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Okay, I'm a nerd. Type: Trekkie.

Magazine cover -- Cosmo or one of its ilk -- "100% HOTTER SEX!"

And my back-brain's instant response was to quote Cyrano Jones from "The Trouble With Tribbles": "Twice nothing is still nothing."

I need to get a life.

(How would you quantify that, anyway? How do you distinguish it from, say, sex that's only 90% hott— Did I mention that I need to get a life?)
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Was it merely a coincidence that ARPANET, the precursor of the internet, was brought on-line on the tenth anniversary of the first publication of Astérix?

I think not.

Ambiguity

Oct. 27th, 2009 11:49 am
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Staples / Business Depot has signs up for their affiliate credit card:

You've given so much to your business.

It's our turn.

Hey, if you're giving, and it's not your business's "turn", I need it more than Staples does.
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When I receive E-mail flagged as "Important", it almost always means that the sender has poor time management skills and an inflated sense of self-importance.  The higher the supposed "importance" rating, the poorer the time management and the more inflated the self-importance.  (Does anyone ever mark a message as "moderately important", in between "normal" and "very important"?  Does anyone ever mark a message's importance as below "normal"?)  Only rarely is the message really more important than the rest of the real (non-spam) messages I receive.


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