A legal and logical argument (PG)
A student went to take an exam from an old professor. The student knew he couldn't pass so he offered the prof a deal: If the professor answers his question, the student will not pass the exam. If the professor cannot answer, the student will get C.
The professor figured he knew more than the student and accepted the deal.
The student asked:
"What is that thing, that is legal, but not logic and what is that thing, that is neither legal, not logic?"
The professor couldn't answer and wrote the student C.
After the student left, the professor turned to his assistant and and asked, "Do you know the answer?"
The assistant replied, "It is legal, but not logical, that you have a young wife; it is logical but not legal, that she has a lover. And it is not legal nor logical, that you just wrote her lover a C!"
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