11:20 AM: Snowball has given me a diet
and exercise plan. Each day I must:
Walk 2 kilometers.
Jump on and off a chair 20 times.
Eat only two meals.
She must really, really like me a lot to go
to all the trouble of creating this nutritionally balanced plan.
7:50 PM: I asked Lucky if he
believes in ghosts. He replied, “Belief is merely the
affirmation of, or a conviction regarding, the truth of a
proposition, especially when one is not in possession of
evidence adequate to justify a claim that the proposition is
known with certainty. What you really wish to know is the
probability of ghosts existing. Using Bayesian Paradigm for
statistical inference it is possible to create a probability
distribution based on data from tests and observations which
allows the inference about the value of the true unknown. In the
case of ghosts the probability distribution indicates that the
likelihood of there being ghosts is somewhere between, ‘Don’t be
stupid!’ and ‘Aaaaaarrgghhh! Help! My body has been possessed by
an evil demon!’”
What nonsense, sometimes Lucky says what he