[ This is original so far as I know, in that the addendum to Freeman's commentary is my own creation ] As is well recorded in the fortune cookie database on BSD UNIX, we have: Ginsberg's theorems: 1. You can't win 2. You can't break even 3. You can't quit the game Freeman's commentary on Ginsberg's theorems: Every major philosophy attempts to make life meaningful by contradicting one of Ginsberg's theorems. To wit: 1. Capitalism: You CAN win. 2. Communism: You CAN break even. 3. Hari Krishna: You CAN quit the game. Goodenough's addendum to Freeman's commentary: Capitalism's and Hari Krishna's days are numbered, because as has recently been decided in the Soviet Union Freeman's commentary on Ginsberg's second theorem is in fact FALSE!
(From the "Rest" of RHF)