Date: Mar 20, 2013 3:04 PM
Author: Virgil
Subject: Re: Matheology � 224

In article <5149e143$0$2231$426a74cc@news.free.fr>,
YBM <ybmess@nooos.fr.invalid> wrote:

> Proof, in the Mückenheim way, that an dog with no legs has two legs.
>
> Prop 1. No leg is necessary in order for a dog to have more than two
> legs.
>
> Proof :
> the right front leg is not necessary as you can remove it and the dog
> still has more than two legs
> the left front leg is not necessary as you can remove it and the dog
> still has more than two legs
> the right back leg is not necessary as you can remove it and the dog
> still has more than two legs
> the left back leg is not necessary as you can remove it and the dog
> still has more than two legs
>
> Corrolary 1:
> Even if you remove all legs to a dog, the dog still have more than
> two legs.
>
> Corrolary 2:
> The concept of quadrupede is absurd.


You have WM's style of argument down pat!
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