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Richard S. Kain

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Registered: 12/18/04
Re: Probability and the C
Posted: Jun 15, 1996 12:20 PM
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From: rskain@nj5.injersey.com (Richard S. Kain)
toyin@ wrote:
: Folks,
: There must be a finite (if vanishingly-small) chance of my
: wandering down to my local pub or bar, and coming upon an elk
: that can ski, play the piano and speak--in four languages. Any
: guesses at how to calculate these odds?

: (Aw, c'mon, let's try our hand at some levity! 8-)

: Thanx&regards,
: Toyin.

: Madness is not quietly believing you're Napo
leon;
: it is demonstrating it, slipping your hand i
nside
: your jacket and striking a military pose...
: -- Paul Theroux, 'Saint
Jack'


Chances are very good you can find an Elks in an American cosmopolitan
city. Even in the phone book. And now we no longer have "does;" they are
lady elks.
Substitute "moose," "eagle" for Elk. Take your choice.
<VBG>
==Dick Kain in NJ
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