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Three logicians walk into a church

Three logicians walk into a church

Rector: Would any of you like to fill out a visitor’s card?

Logician 1: I don’t know

Logician 2: I don’t know.

Logician 3: No.

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Ann Fontaine

Dear Lionel – sorry some of us are so stupid about logic that we need it explained. Thanks to those who helped your lesser beings!

F.Harry Stowe

Always a problem for logicians. whose jokes have not only to be explained, but proven. Think of poor Kurt Goedel; the best joke in three thousand years of mathematics and the punch line gets lost in the pages of proof. Theologians are always stepping on god’s jokes, too.

Lionel Deimel

I though this post was very funny, but it loses some of its humor when it has to be explained.

Jim Naughton

@Michael, slow news day, but I thought that this conversation was a blast.

Michael Russell

Must be a slow news day at the Cafe! Rector should worry about how the will evaluate his question at that German site.

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