Sunday, August 30, 2009

Mathematicians in mysteries

And yet again, the mathematician dunnit.
Actually, in this evening's Lewis, the major criminal was the poetry professor: the mathematician was merely an accomplice. And the mathematics student was innocent. I guess that that could be called an improvement.
But still, if there's a mathematician in a mystery, odds are he or she is guilty.

Yours, refusing to play to type,

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