
Re: Does "the difference between a and b" mean a  b or b  a ?
Posted:
Aug 14, 2008 3:20 PM


On Aug 14, 2:58 pm, pdlem...@earthlink.net wrote: > > Probably life isn't long enough to bother with these things. Unless > you're a mathematician. Thanks, Dave WB3DWE , Texas
Not necessarily only for mathematicians.
What is the difference between a dog and a fox? Clearly, a sixpack. Now what is the difference between a fox and a dog? Think of it next time you are sitting at the bar.

