This is the finest example of counter - intelligence Ive seen in my four decades in the armed forces.
Gonna need some help with this one….
It’s the Count, from Sesame Street. He, well, counts. In this case the first seven prime numbers.
Gaijinrabbit… it’s in prime time.Not sure he can have π.
You can count on him! And on his fingers and on the abacus and on the digital calculator.
That sideways abacus? Don’t count on it.
It’s a prime example, then.
Those numerals look odd to me.
The Count looks drunk
@Rad-ish if it was fibonacci it would go (1,1)2,3,5,8,13, not 2,3,5,7,11. it’s an ascending count of primes starting at 2
Was it odd for me to say that? Perhaps I should have said " mostly odd", but I didn’t want to be strange.
Still looking for help. Prime numbers on the board. The Count. An abacus (counter).“Counter-intelligence” is explained. Also, “anti” as a nuance of counter.But where do 40 years come in? Armed Forces? The whiteboard? (Who wrote the numbers?) Is the calculator just another count-er?Too many pieces; not enough parts.
I feel sorry for the poor Cookie Monster. Thanks to a bunch of PC people out there he has to get by on carrot and celery sticks. Poor guy.