Today's logical question!
Mary's mum has four children.
The first child is called April.
The second May.
The third June.
What is the name of the fourth child ?
The question suggests readers have all the reason to readily answer JULY. Distinct circumstances however as to why the question justifies reasonable suspicion ["more than mere preponderance of evidence" (whehhhhh!)] as to hesitate to readily answer, "it's July!" (The above tile "I Can't Believe It" that preludes the question simply runs-counter with a SIMPLY JULY answer) It's when the OBVIOUS obviously telling it ain't really obvious. To think, it's when conclusions become doubtful asking it be drawn from a a structured syllogism when it can be obtained from a simple declarative premise.
A popular Russian socialist once said, "THINGS AND PEOPLE ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM OR WHO WE THINK THEY ARE. SIMPLY, THEY ARE WHAT (OR WHO) THEY ARE (That is, regardless of how they are perceived by others). Ang DURIAN, mabaho pero masarap. Classifying the laundy one day, I paused holding a white shirt asking myself; "labahan ba 'to o malinis na nahalo lang sa madudumi?" And just as logic's lesson on "simple apprehension" about guide me process the question, I almost heard what my Mom once said pertaining to a stained utensil; IF IT'S DOUBTFUL, IT'S DIRTY.
And perhaps if this soliloquy of discourse be on paper, more than the sense but its mere length (suggesting it objects triviality of the question of which it explore) when all this commentator trying to say after the foregoing discourse is simply... IT MUST BE JULY OTHERWISE... I DON'T KNOW THE ANSWER! Parang essay test, haba-haba ng answer mo tapos 0 score ng teacher when simply you could have opted leave the test paper blank. Funny... And of course, SILLY!
But going back... I'd say again, it's Silly! Silly because Mary thinks she's adopted. She seem so different from the rest of her siblings Silly be treated like a moron. Foremost of her (trivial) complain; As her Mon even calendars her siblings MONTHLY allowances, she recieves hers just any day -- just any given day in any given week. "Hard to anticipate which day I'll have mine," she said.
Thinking her Mom don't trust her, she complains; "CAN'T NAME exactly what day Mom would next give me my allowance.". On my part, I'd say, don't mind them, Mary.
Just have a great day cruising around Facebook.... There's alot to explore and a great lot more to argue and expound some discourse. Just enjoy the day...Just have a great day!