Dustin Stinett wrote:Jan 2
Well, I cannot explain the work here (and besides, it takes Giobbi two pages to do so) but the premise is that there are six people (one hand plus the thumb of another) but only five rooms in a hotel. Through a bit of verbal and visual work, you can make it appear as if all six people get their own room in the hotel.
It's a great book Bill: You should consider getting it!
Oh yes, I know. It's in the list to buy. After I get it, it will go in the stack to read (which is precariously tall, right now).