Three logicians walk into a bar. The waitress asks, “Does anyone want beer?”

The first logician answers, “I do not know.”

The second logician answers, “I do not know.”

The third logician answers, “No.”

I do have more citations. Plus, I sent them my blog post.:-)

]]>1.If you ask someone “What time is it?” and she answers¨

$π/arccsc(2φ)$ what is her name? And is it a.m or p.m?

2.the derivative of a hen is an egg: (d/dx)(hen)=egg

But the Integral of an egg is not a chicken. Why?

3. What is the equation of the ΚΑΦΕΝΕΙΟΝ ?

(this one is half mathematical,half linguistic) 🙂 ]]>

If 1st had seen two blue hats, he would have

guessed that his own hat was red. So he saw

at least one red hat.

If the 2nd had seen the third wearing a blue hat,

he would have guessed that his own hat was red

-since at least one of them had to have the red

one that the 1st had seen-.

So the 3rd already knows that he isn’t wearing

a blue hat. Thus ,he has a red hat.

5 logicians walk into a bar.

The waitress asks, “Do you all want beer?

1st: I don’t know

2nd: I don’t know

3rd: I don’t know

4th: I don’t know

5th: No, I do not!

Whom should the waitress serve a beer? 🙂 ]]>

Anyways, regarding puzzles and jokes, one characteristic they share is that they both often set up some scenario and put it together in an unexpected way.

Example:

]]>A girl phoned me the other day and said, “Come on over, there’s nobody home.” I went over. Nobody was home.