Close on the heels of the snake found on the flight from Kolkata to Mumbai – that too without following the RT-PCR test protocol – comes this one.
The headline says it all!! “Snake Bites Man, Man Bites it Back. Snake Dies”
Mind you – we are not talking about a garden snake here. A viper, no less! One of the most poisonous snakes!! (Vipers have killed more human beings than all other snake species put together)
You cannot make this stuff up… Snake on flight from Kolkata to Mumbai
All I want to know is how did it get the RT-PCR test done? 🙂
This is one more of my pet peeves about something making no logical sense. I was completing some mandatory security and compliance courses when the quizzes got me completely stumped. Not that I did not know the answers but that there was no way to truthfully answer them.
Look at the first example. “All of the above” is the right answer. But the aforementioned “above” includes an option “None of the above”. So, if I say All of the above is true, then I am also saying None of the above is true. That is a paradox that cannot be solved.
Take another one. The second example. The first option is “Answer 2 and 3”. That choice makes NO sense. If that was actually the answer, then that means “1” (which is this option itself) would be true too. Only thing that would make sense is to make it a complete set and say “Answer 1, 2 and 3” (1 being this option itself).
These folks might be experts in security policies and all that but not in logic. But then again, whoever has ever accused any government or corporate policies to be logical? 🙂