Then the sum of the squaws with the hides is equal to the squaw of the
hippopotamus, of course. Sheesh, didn't you take high school geometry? ;-)

(That's called yer Pithergory Theory, according to Charlie Farquhason)

Stephen Beecroft wrote:

> -Gary-
> > what if the person isn't using Euclidean mathematics? Then
> > 9 times 6 may NOT equal 42.
>
> And if he is using Euclidean mathematics?
>
> Stephen
>
>

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