Jon's using the Pavlovian answer. Anyone could come up with 9 times 6
whenever the bell rings. I suppose there was mouth foaming issues
involved in it, too. So in other words, it wasn't the perfect question.
You can't have a perfect question if there is any mouth foaming involved.
Also, what if the person isn't using Euclidean mathematics? Then 9 times
6 may NOT equal 42.
Gerald/gary Smith gszion1 @juno.com http://www
"No one is as hopelessly enslaved as the person who thinks he's free." -
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Are you sure?
Jon Spencer wrote:
> The question is: "What is 9 times 6?"
> Gary Smith wrote:
> > Aaaaahhhhhh, that's true. But what is the question????
> > > >
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