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    No help needed, just a pun I wrote

    Hello everyone,

    No help needed here. Just wanted to offer up a math pun to anyone who enjoys them.

    --SlipEternal
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    Re: No help needed, just a pun I wrote


    (2B) \vee (\sim 2B)

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    Re: No help needed, just a pun I wrote

    suppose we have a category: OR (for outrageous fortune). we shall define the objects of this category to be "slings", as a certain primitive undefined concept. suppose further than we have a partial order defined on any sling, ≤, which we shall call "nobility". now, if we have two slings, designated by M (mind) and S (suffer), we might well ask if the partial order on slings induces a partial order on the morphisms, that is, given two morphisms f,g:M-->S if it makes sense to ask
    if f ≤ g, or:

    whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer, the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.
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    Re: No help needed, just a pun I wrote

    Quote Originally Posted by Deveno View Post
    suppose we have a category: OR (for outrageous fortune). we shall define the objects of this category to be "slings", as a certain primitive undefined concept. suppose further than we have a partial order defined on any sling, ≤, which we shall call "nobility". now, if we have two slings, designated by M (mind) and S (suffer), we might well ask if the partial order on slings induces a partial order on the morphisms, that is, given two morphisms f,g:M-->S if it makes sense to ask
    if f ≤ g, or:

    whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer, the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.
    This would be funnier if you did not include the last line, better to leave them laughing or scratching their heads.

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