"I defend the right of 2 and 2 to be 4."

"WHOA MAN HOLD ON THERE. You can't just let math add and subtract itself. You'll have anarchy! What prevents 2 or 2 from giving only 1, resulting in 3 as the total? I'm not convinced that math can just 'work' like that."

"Are you proposing a different number system?"

"No. Just the one we currently have: quantitative easing, where you put 2 over 2 for its protection against possible violations of 2 and divide that by half to ensure that if one if the 2 over 2 is harmed, that the other one won't be."

"So what do you get?"


"From 2 + 2?"

"Yes, from (2/2)/2 + (2/2)/2."

"Oh, ok. So 2 + 2 is 1?"

"Yes, for the protection of 2."

"How do you know 2 wants your protection plan?"

"Math is just numbers, Einstein."

"Right. I'm glad you're not my accountant."

"Well, I do serve on the FED."

"That explains a lot."

"Yes, it does. Our economy is much better off."


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