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Elaine realizes the tastiest part of the bagel is the ring around the middle, and starts cutting away the “rims”. When George points out that she’s simply creating one bigger and one smaller bagel with differently-sized holes, she keeps carving away at them. He stands over her shoulder, reminding her that there’s always going to be a “rim”, even if she trims them down to a molecule-thick circle. This leads Elaine to an interest in physics, and she enrolls in courses at Columbia. After over a decade of study and research, she finally develops a new technology to split bagels down to an innermost ring with a width smaller than Planck length. Though there’s almost nothing to it, she insists it’s the most delicious bagel she has ever had. Kramer writes Mars, Inc. with an idea for reverse M&Ms, “a delicious morsel of candy in a thin chocolate shell.” Jerry tells the wrong punchline to a joke at a show, and is corrected by a member of his audience.
Carl Sagan addresses a very serious issue
are you testing my handshake? are you trying to check if i am a firm man?
Also, our last names spell “A B C D” but it’s against my personal policy to put my name first in a presentation. There are rules to this thing. It’s not complete anarchy.