Haha, just found this thread.
Being the math genious I am I wa a little disappointed that none of my answeres were right.
1. The math book was sad because it would never amount to anything. (lame I know, but all I could come up with.)
2. The circle can't ever win an argument with the triangle because its arguments are cicrlular and the triangle is so good at coming to a point.
3. If you were to meet a pessimistic Patrick James, how could you be sure he wasn't real? All I could think of here was a joke. Rene Descartes walks into a bar. The bartender walks up to him and says, “Would you care for a drink?” Descartes replied, “I think not.” and disappears.
Anyway, Descartes was wrong. If cogitation were a prerequsite to existence there would be no population problem.
Starting with Michigan(raspberry). And I don't have grey hairs! Go OSU!
P.S. Kitti(warning dirty joke ahead.), Patrick James may not be able to be constructed by the convergence of a sequence of rational numbers (regardless of his own rationality). But he may be constructed by the convergance of two rational people--or irrational ones, if you prefer.