Joy (cithra) wrote,

  • Mood:


2 minutes 49 seconds this morning. I've been averaging around 3.5 minutes, for the most part.

I find I tend to put two cards together rapidly, then look for a third while noting what sorts of 'key' cards aren't present. For example, if there are no three diamond cards of any type, there will be no sets consisting of all threes. Nor will there be any with all diamonds, since the cards don't repeat. So I stop looking for those patterns.

I'm sure there are lovely mathematical proofs for the above, but all I can do is say I'm mostly sure it's the case, intuitivly. Math is so slippery, I can never nail anything down - the minute I assert something positively I wil find I am wrong...

  • blowing off dust

    More than once I have bought a "lifetime" membership in something, only to find the term weaseled into that-was-then-this-is-now. So this is a test…

  • the old dog learns a new trick

    My brother got an Xbox One as a premium for 15yrs at his job, and so I am slowly learning the arcane ways of the controller as an input device. I'm…

  • Not Interested

    Seriously, how rude and self-involved do you have to be to be so utterly convinced that you are right and I am wrong about something as to come and…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded