On 01/01/2009, at 11:20 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

> I have also a theory according to which british humour is obtined by  
> taking classical logic seriously enough. The comical effect comes  
> from the fact that in the real work classical logic NEVER works.

The Court Jester's First Law:

Correlation between what is supposed to happen and what actually  
happens decreases in direct proportion to the complexity of one's  
expectations about it. (not a joke!)

The Court Jester's Second Law:

Each day the world comes more and more to resemble television. (could  
be a joke...)



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