Re: OT: MindTrap
Rod Fernandez wrote:
Q: Picture two plastic jugs filled with water. How could you put all
of this water into a barrel, without adding the jugs or any divider to
the barrel, and still tell which water came from which jug?
Don't pour the water out of the jugs. Simply place the jugs into the barrel.
So close, but see above says "without adding the jugs."
Guess again, doctor. :)
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