We really got a laugh out of this email. Please send more like this.
"A dime is worth more than a nickel even though it's much smaller." This a wonderful piece of reporting found in the article by John Carney dated July 27.
Thank you for your tireless efforts, Mr. Carney. With this one sentence you have opened a new world to me. My mind has unfolded to amazing possibilities I have never imagined before.
However, I couldn't help noticing that you did not site a source for your assertion that a dime is worth more than a nickel even though it's much smaller. How do you know one is smaller than the other? Am I supposed to just take your word that this is the case? Are you an expert on measurements and monetary value? Did you study "mass and worth" at Harvard?
I am obviously not as intelligent as you, sir. However, I know one thing you don't: It is not the size of the crap that's offensive, it's the smell of it.
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