Because you’re adding two wrongs together, not multiplying them.
Someone once told me that two positives can never make a negative. I replied “yeah right.”
Two wrongs don’t make a right, but three lefts do.
Two wrongs don’t make one right, but it sure makes them even.
Two wrongs don’t make a right , but two Wrights make an airplane
Two Wrights and an engineer named Charlie
Comparing math with morality – always an iffy proposition
Linguistics professor: In no language do 2 positives ever make a negative.Student: Yeah, right.
Negative numbers have nothing to do with wrongs. Caulfield seems to have a future as a republican.
Maybe he’s rubbing off on me but his question actually makes sense
A negative times a negative would be a negative squared. A double negative would just be additive.
It should say “plus”, not “times”…
But three lefts do make a right!
Ending with a litotes. Impressive.
Negate the negation: it’s dialectics, after a materialist fashion
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And of course two Wrights make aviation history, but that’s more of a spoken-word gag thanks to spelling issues.
And I’m still grappling with the question I posed about negativity. Did I write right or write wrong?
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