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Topology Poem

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From: Carol Caspillo <ccaspill@aloha.net>
To: Teacher2Teacher Service
Date: Jul 21, 2000 at 21:14:34
Subject: Re: Topology Poem


An angel of the web has found the poem I was looking for and sent it to me.
I am forwarding it to you for your reference, just in case someone else has
a "high school flashback."  :) If you still have the parody about
statistics, it might be interesting to read that one and add it to my
collection.  Thanks for your efforts at this site.

Carol Caspillo


The Modern Hiawatha
   By George A. Strong

He killed the noble Mudjokovis,
With the skin he made him mittens,
Made them with the fur side inside,
Made them with the skin side outside,
He, to get the warm side inside,
Put the inside skin side outside;
He, to get the cold side outside,
Put the warm side fur side inside;
That's why he put the fur side inside,
Why he put the skin side outside,
Why he turned them inside outside.

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