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There are exceptions to every rule. Even that rule has exceptions. Amirite?

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Whoa.. too recursive. After re-reading this multiple times, all I can come up with is that I should neither agree nor disagree.

@PhilboydStudge Whoa.. too recursive. After re-reading this multiple times, all I can come up with is that I should neither agree...

The second sentence has to be true
or else the first sentence is false

if you agree with the first sentence
the second sentence is true

now answer this

do you agree with the first sentence?
then click agree

if you disagree with the first sentence
then you disagree

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@fuzala The second sentence has to be true or else the first sentence is false if you agree with the first sentence the...

But if the second sentence is true, then the first sentence is false. Here's how I'm thinking of it...
R = set of all rules
R' = set of all rules with exceptions
The first sentence says R = R'. If the second sentence is true, then R = R' minus the rule in the first sentence. Therefore I'm confused. :-)

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That's like a paradox o.e

xxdetroitxxs avatar xxdetroitxx Yeah You Are 0Reply
@xxdetroitxx That's like a paradox o.e

please don't bring up AP lit or AP lang class beye smilie
especially not the latter since she kicked my butt harder than any other teacher I've ever had

In her class
I was so stressed
I stayed on again off again sick for months

I had no professor who was that tough
I'm glad she's sticking to high school

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@xxdetroitxx what is an exemption to that rule? i cant think of any

well state the rule first

and let me see if I can think of it

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@xxdetroitxx what is an exemption to that rule? i cant think of any

if the rule doesn't have exceptions

it falls under the second sentence

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http://www.amirite.com/758872-a...ptions-amirite

omg smilie I beat you at making a post!

I keep re-reading those two sentences over and over. They're confusing me...

Oh, I get it now. If there are rules to every exception, then the second sentence is saying that the first sentence has no exceptions. But then that proves the first sentence false, and true...at the same time?

Either that, or it's saying no rules have exceptions...proving the second sentence false.

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