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water in the eggplant

Ed Giniger's picture

Context is everything in judging truth value. If you are in the desert, you had best know that the water is in the cactus because you won’t see any flowing on the ground. The meaning of the water in the eggplant depends on just how thirsty you are and what your options are.

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