Since I got such an excellent education on objects falling at the speed of light, I thought I’d see if any of you geniuses out there could answer this age-old riddle: If a man says something in the woods; and there’s no woman around to hear it, is he still wrong? Give it a crack Mr. John.
I’m on a conifer’s call, be right with you.
He’s wrong because his Ash isn’t home.
He’s wrong because he Pines for his shingle days.
He’s wrong because he boughs to his mother.
And he Butternut think otherwise.
Oh yeah, kinda sounds MPSIMS-ish to me.
Yes it’s a poor imitation to mr john, but you get what you pay for.
Yes, you are still wrong.
Geez, kid, you got the question all wrong. You should have asked, “if a man falls in the woods, does that make him executive timber?”
Please don’t clutter GQ with insipid “questions” designed to generate idle chatter. That’s what MPSIMS is for.
Along with the gry question, nothing makes me scream more to read it.