Nov 30, 1996 09:50 AM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <199611300407.XAA06444@envirolink.org>, John Straughn
>If a = b and b = c, then a = c. This also means that ab = bc = ac. If you
>put these letters together they spell abbcac. Backwards they spell cacbba.
>ca = cb = ba. if c = a and c = b, then b = a. United they are ineffeble.
>Divided they are one. (The former is not meant to be taken as a serious
>philosophical statement. It was simply an awful attempt at dry humour.)
So I noticed :-)
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