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On Fri, Jun 06, 2003 at 09:55:07PM +0200, Andreas Johansson wrote:
> There is, a soon as you realize the Golden Rule of Obviousness; thou shalt
> choose a two-digit number the first digit of which is non-zero. My first two
> choices were 00 and 09, and I started to wonder why anyone'd make a hoax mind
> reader that does not even appear to work ...

Especially when it would be so easy to fix that by just making the 0 symbol the
same as the symbol on the other multiples of 9.  (Zero is, after all, equal to 9x0
and therefore a multiple of 9).

-Mark