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time for some philosophy son!
Mr. Agassi, his sister, his son, and his daughter are fond of tennis and often play together. The following statements are true of their foursome: 1. The best player's twin and the worst player are of the opposite sex. 2. The best player and the worst player are the same age. Which of the foursome is the best player?
sister, son, daugher, or mr agassi
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I'm reading last week's issue of the New Yorker, which features the story "Mayfly" by one Kevin Canty (hereby dubbed Cunty). It's pretty bad.
>"James got back behind the wheel, feeling the distance between them..."
>"He wanted nothing more than an escape to graduate school, a few years on the Ph.D. gravy train."
>appropriately alt (tattoos, etc.) gf
>wahhh being a parent isn't fair
What gives? When I stopped reading the NYer's fiction, it seemed like they were going out of their way for the multicultural. All latent jealousy aside, why is a story like this in the magazine? It's genuinely a bit troubling.