I got that. I just didn't understand why that was the answer. I thought the
Freud one, perhaps, because he was at least more their contemporary, as
compared to Godel or Goethe. But I don't see the logic - why is that pun
more suited to Russell and Whitehead....?
Oh hang on, I think I've sussed it. Is it because Godel effectively blew
their magnum opus (Principia Mathematica) out of the water?
Now that *is* rather subtle.
On 22 October 2013 14:37, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
> On 10/21/2013 6:29 PM, LizR wrote:
>> I didn't get the parrot/banana one because although I realised they were
>> looking for a vector cross product I couldn't remember what that actually
>> And I didn't get the "Godel is killing me!" one because I didn't see the
>> logic (I still don't, really)
> It was a pun on "My girdle is killing me!", catch phrase in the days women
> wore girdles.
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