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And the Oddest of these shall be Three:
For it has not the perfection of One,
Nor the symetery of Two,
Nor the divisibiliy of Four,
Nor the roundness of Five.

Spudley Strikes Again

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The following comments are for "Three"
by Spudley

Now, I can truly understand this. You are a genius Spud.



( Posted by: JEANNIE45 [Member] On: September 9, 2003 )

didn't reply
I never stopped to reply to these two comments, so my appologies - I've not had a lot of time on the site this week.

Jeannie: um... wow. Thank you. :-D hehe. I'll try to be humble about it! ;-)

Pen: Nope, not mocking anything. all I was really doing here was taking the concept of an "odd number", and playing around with it a bit.

Thanks for the comments both.

( Posted by: Spudley [Member] On: September 13, 2003 )

a point
Humans seem to have this obsession with certain numbers. Any multiple of ten (a nice, round number) and three tend to be important in any society. And you've got a good point: why?

( Posted by: evil_bacteria [Member] On: October 24, 2003 )

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