From: @fs1.ho.man.ac.uk (Gaye Oliver) Newsgroups: rec.motorcycles Subject: Re: Re Radar Detector Detector Detector Detectors Date: 20 Feb 1995 13:18:36 GMT In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, B4VQC@qcvaxa.acc.qc.edu says... : :In <email@example.com> A.C.Pugh@sheffield.ac.uk writes: : :: The radar detector detector may be the policeman himself. Might :: he not notice that as soon as he turns on his detector your brakes :: come on. your nose dips and the digits on his display look to be :: counting down to lift-off? :: Just a thought. : :There's some logic askew here. : :If teh radar detector detector was the policeman himself, then he :would notice that as soon as he turns on his RADAR (not detector or :detector detector), teh brake lights come on adn nosedive ensues as a :result of your radar detector detectign teh radar. :If, however, he turns on his detector (as in radar detector detector), :adn notices that your brakes come on adn your nose dips, tehn it :logically follows that his radar detector detector detected your radar :detector, but in response, your radar detector detector detector had :detected his radar detector detector (which, if you will remember, :detected your radar detector), leadign you to conclude taht he could :detect that you have a radar detector adn that the officer himself :could not have been the actual radar detector detector, because if he :was, tehn he wouldn't need another radar detector detector unless it :was a radar detector detector detector detector.