[Homeroast] Is it just me?
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Fri Mar 5 08:43:15 CST 2010
On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 8:34 PM, miKe mcKoffee <mcKona at comcast.net> wrote:
> Back to the question: Why not --FC?
> Because a double negative equals a positive and would therefore be +FC. And
> of course FC+ could also be called LV, which though a City is a far cry
> City whether plus or minus. FWIWAIAM used LFC for many years rather than
> City++. Continuing: though a double negative equals a positive, a double
> positive equals a positive, but I'm positive since it's redundant though
> double it's in essence really only single and hence City++ is in it's
> singularity reduced to equal City+. Which is to say City+ may be roasted a
> wee tad lighter than City++, yet City++ equals City+, logically speaking,
> and neither equals --FC because that equals +FC which equals FC+ which
> LV but does not equal LFC which is also a far cry from City but closer than
> LV. Unless you're reading this in LV which means it can't be far because
> you're there, but that's another conundrum to be tackled at a later date.
My 7yo daughter talks like this when she has had too much sugar.
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