Well, in this case, splitting the long way just results in an
even more tangled mess.
What did you do to pretend to be an amoeba? Split in two?
Larry Jackson wrote:
> Stephen Beecroft:
> > Naturally. It involved cutting various simple shapes out of
> > construction paper, then deciding which shapes looked
> > most like Canada.
> Our teachers had us take strips of paper, gave them a half
> twist, fasten the ends together, and then color both sides,
> pretending all the while to be amoebas, thus bringing both
> science and math to new lows.
> Larry Jackson
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