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January 11, 2010

Five schools of logic

Filed under: TV — pramath @ 10:19 AM

(Monday, 29 May 2006)
The following example demonstrates various schools of logic prevailing in entertainment industry.

There are three cupboards A, B and C.

Normal school of Logic: Take the key of B and apply to A. The cupboard does not open.

Suspence school of Logic: Take the key of B and apply to A. The key happens to be the same and A opens.

Comedy school of Logic: Take the key of B and apply to A. A does not open but B opens. (Or, A does not open and the key gets stuck.)

Run-away Comedy school of Logic: Take key of B and apply to A. A opens – and B opens too.

Kekta Kapoor school of Logic: Take key of B and apply to A. Neither A opens, nor B opens but C opens!

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