Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weinersmith for October 20, 2015
Suppose you have a set containing 1 person. Clearly, that person is special. Suppose you add one person to that's that. If that person is special, all set members are special. If that person is non--special, they're the only non-special set member. Therefore, they are special. Thus, all set members are special. By induction, all people are special. Earlier... Mommy, and my special? Of course!