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1 Head Death: AH, MY NEW COLLECTOR. SIT DOWN.
2 Charity Collector Guy: Sorry I took so long getting here.
3 Head Death: DID THE PICKET LINE DELAY YOU?
4 Charity Collector Guy: No. Do you know how hard it is for a mortal to find a place with no directions other than "in the middle of an infinite featureless plane"?
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I've had a few interesting reader feedback messages from this one.
Some argue that an infinite plane cannot have any centre, as there are no edges from which to measure distances to establish a centre.
Others argue that every point on an infinite plane is a centre, because there is an equal amount of plane on any side (i.e. an infinite amount).
What nobody seems to have realised is that we clearly have a situation in which there is exactly one well-defined centre. The centre of this infinite plane is where the Head Death's desk is. Q.E.D.
But this, being fiction (and to paraphrase Terry Pratchett), allows events with infinity-to-one odds to happen nine times out of ten.
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