Miscalculations. (The Product of 6 hours on a Highway.)

October 18, 2008

A bridge does not equal a tollbooth. Or does it? At what point does a toll booth become a bridge and vice versa. The only difference between them is in a tollbooth they steal your money. An easy pass makes a toll booth even closer to a bridge. What is a bridge anyway? Something one goes under? A large animal known to its ferocity? One sure can pass under one of those. Something used to cross over something? That would make my legs a bridge. And any airplane for that matter. 

Why do we define things by what they do rather than what they are? Because everything does something, not everything really exists.


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