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Seth David Schoen
schoen at loyalty.org
Sat Jul 8 23:52:58 PDT 2000
> 08Jul2000 01:45PM (-0700) From [mr.bad at pigdog.org] mr.bad [Mr . Bad]
> > >>>>> "PJC" == Paul J Collins <sneakums at eircom.net> writes:
> > PJC> Actually "Aaron Lehman Bond Bails" appears after my company,
> > PJC> "AAA Finger-Snapper Repo, Inc."
> > PFFT! "AAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. Bad's Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center"
> > comes out before all of them.
> But you have to leave it to me to be the one on top. If you'll
> move away from your ancient papyrus and alphabetophilic sorting
> you'll find me listed under;
> but actually that's my second listing as my first lies in the space
> between the page title and that one.
Haven't discovered negative numbers yet?
The interesting thing is that some pretty small sets (like R^2) can't
be well-ordered, which raises an interesting question for yellow pages
compilers when businesses are allowed to have names corresponding to
arbitrary points in the complex plane. I foresee lawsuits, and
employment for lawyers.
Seth David Schoen <schoen at loyalty.org> | And do not say, I will study when I
Temp. http://www.loyalty.org/~schoen/ | have leisure; for perhaps you will
down: http://www.loyalty.org/ (CAF) | not have leisure. -- Pirke Avot 2:5
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