The Paradox of Paradoxes
What are some of your favorite paradoxes?
The ubiquitous Catch-22 is probably the best known, even though it might not be people's "favorite".
But paradoxes are very fun, especially if you know how to solve them while watching someone else flounder over them.
You see, I know how to solve every paradox there is.
You want to know?
Well come closer...
Paradoxes need logic in order to solve, what you do is go beyond logic in order to solve them.
You'll be a hit at your next party.
You see, paradoxes are paradoxes in themselves. They are apparently illogical conclusions based on true premises, but you see, if the premises were truly "true" the conclusions would not be illogical.
Speaking of kindergarten, it is like the first-graders playing kickball on the playground, and then the fully adult fifth-graders come and chuck the ball into the freeway, clearing the space for the grown man's sport of football.
Don't waste your time playing child's games.
Take it from the fifth-graders.
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