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Hi Joe Dees -
>Ahhh, forget it; just wipe the tears from your eyes, and ask the dewde
>what angle from the vertical is the cow tipping point...
Cow tipping. Now there's a subject. I've heard both that it's done, and
that it's a rural legend.
As it turned out, I stayed at home with my daughter helping her with her
science project and didn't get a chance to tip anything, even my hat to
some winsome stranger.
Godelian thresholds will have to stay uncrossed.
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