The Wife and I got into some kind of argument back in February of 2011. I can’t even remember what it was about, but I know it was relatively minor, with only the slightest bit of temper flaring involved. (In all likelihood, we were quarreling over the answer to Bertrand Russell’s Barber paradox using first-order logic …
… or maybe it was because my wife doesn’t think it’s funny when I hang my dirty undies from the ceiling fan.)
Anyway, when it was over, after we’d both made our points and reached a civil, respectful compromise, I declared our argument a success, explaining, “We were both half right — about 50/50. I made some good points and so did you.”
THE WIFE: “Our fight was 70/30 in my favor plus two fingers up your butt without Vaseline.”
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