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Old 02-13-2018, 05:57 PM   #1583
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Is the tank not a cylinder too?

Is this one of those, "All bourbons are whiskeys, but not all whiskeys are bourbons" thing?

While we are at it, why do we drive on a parkway but park in a driveway?
Is it shaped like a cylinder or a tank?

All bourbons and whiskeys are good, even the bad ones. Labels don't mater much.

Ask the guys who invented roadways, they may have an answer.

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All rectangles are squares but not all squares are rectangles?

And either way, don't drink bourbon or whisky whilst on the parkway.
I am currently in my driveway, parked. So I am good to go?
However, it is a school night so beer it'll have to be.

Unless I feel like some sparkling wine, or is it champagne?
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Old 02-13-2018, 07:05 PM   #1585
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All rectangles are squares but not all squares are rectangles?

And either way, don't drink bourbon or whisky whilst on the parkway.
I would beg to disagree.

All squares are quadrilaterals.
All rectangles are quadrilaterals.
Quadrilaterals are either squares or rectangles, but are not both.
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I would beg to disagree.

All squares are quadrilaterals.
All rectangles are quadrilaterals.
Quadrilaterals are either squares or rectangles, but are not both.
Is that a good whiskey?
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Old 02-13-2018, 07:53 PM   #1587
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I would beg to disagree.



All squares are quadrilaterals.

All rectangles are quadrilaterals.

Quadrilaterals are either squares or rectangles, but are not both.


No need to beg to disagree. That's exactly why this Argue thread is here.

I never did well with geometry or spacial relations.

I'll take rhomboids for $1,000 please, Alex.

Can we discuss cubes now - of the iced variety - which might be required for a highball?

And those who want to argue that one never defiles scotch, whisky, bourbon, or rye with ice or soda can just bite me.
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Old 02-14-2018, 10:16 AM   #1588
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How about that? Cylinders, ice vapor, geometry, blah, blah...., however, the clouds have lightened and moved away from surrounding our house and we are no longer fogged in. I was an engineering major for two months, but found it interfered with drinking, so I switched to liberal arts. My brother-in-law is an engineer, thus proving to me I made the correct choice.

I did do well in high school math and geometry, but never did we discuss tesseracts. I want a house built like a tesseract so I can go to other dimensions where I have more hair and am younger.

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Old 02-14-2018, 10:29 AM   #1589
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I did do well in high school math and geometry, but never did we discuss tesseracts. I want a house built like a tesseract so I can go to other dimensions where I have more hair and am younger.
Younger is good. More hair is overrated.

I reached a point in my male pattern baldness where God abandoned the pattern and started coloring flesh tones outside the lines.

So I decided to erase the lines and shave my head entirely.* Though I do spend more time on my grooming to keep it shaved, it's still so much easier and looks so much better.
*Or as I put it the last time I took my fiancée to the hair salon and told the story to the cosmetologist, "I decided to take off and nuke the site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure." Spoken as I slowly rub my shiny solar-powered brainpan for emphasis…
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So I decided to erase the lines and shave my head entirely.* Though I do spend more time on my grooming to keep it shaved, it's still so much easier and looks so much better.
A personal decision, of course. I prefer self deception since some still grows on top and my comb works well and I have many baseball caps.

But how can it be easier and take more time? Surely a question for a physics major schooled in the intricacies of quantum mechanics, or as a duck with a vocal problem might say, "quark, quark!"

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Muon, folks, nothing to see here.
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Well I don't think I understood before and I know I don't understand now.

Anyone really understand anything?

Think I will run a shmoo plot on my brain it may need a little tweaking.
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But how can it be easier and take more time?
Duration does not determine complexity. Shaving a whole head takes longer than shaving a face. But it's simpler than trying to trim sideburns and the lower edge of the fringe in back; especially when you don't have enough hair left to make a trip to be barber cost-effective.

But the ultimate example is killing time. There's no fast way to kill time. Killing an hour takes an hour to do. But there are simple ways to kill an hour, and complicated ways to kill an hour. There are interesting ways and boring ways. But no matter what activity you use to fill that hour, it still takes an hour. Thus duration has no direct correlation to complexity.
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I just have to figure out a way to make the world always look at me the way I look at myself in a mirror. From that perspective, it looks like I still have hair. It's only from the side or the back that one is faced with an alternate reality.
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I just have to figure out a way to make the world always look at me the way I look at myself in a mirror. From that perspective, it looks like I still have hair. It's only from the side or the back that one is faced with an alternate reality.



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