Monday, February 15, 2010


"I agree," said he, "that neither jot nor tittle will by no means pass away."
"Then why," asked she, "do you not accept p?"
"Because," said he, "p is neither a jot nor a tittle."

The wide and broad road is paved with the de jure/de facto distinction.

It doesn't follow, however, that the straight and narrow lacks it entirely.


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