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"Brothers and sisters I have none but this mans father is my father's son"

Jay the Great

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All the smart people I know tell me that this mean the picture is the man's son. But I still don't understand. Can somebody explain this to me? This is not from the LSAT but it is a logic problem that I'm sure many of you are good at.

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EDIT: explanation removed. Sleezstack is right, it's not really deserving of an explanation. Suffice it to say, it really is a cheap trick question, not a 'mind puzzler'.

Sleezstak

Sleezstak didn't quite understand could you explain it to him again.

twarga

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Sleezstak didn't quite understand could you explain it to him again.

Twarga understood perfectly.  She thinks big tex is smart.  She thinks big tex should be a teacher.

Sleezstak

Sleezstak didn't quite understand could you explain it to him again.

Sleezstak didn't mean for BigTex to reconsider explanation...on the contrary, Sleezstak thought it was precisely the explanation needed to such questions posted on this board.