Rick Jelliffe ricko at
Tue Jun 22 11:01:47 BST 1999

From: David Megginson <david at>
 >Of course, non-imaginary sheep move around while you're counting them,
>so in a big flock at least one sheep is likely to be counted twice.

Non-imaginary sheep are counted with the aid of a non-imaginary sheep
to keep them in line. Q. Is a sheep dog therefore an instance of the

Rick Jelliffe

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