by Harmon Rullifson

The setting was a beautiful summer evening on the lawn of the Bakken Library Building. It was the "social hour" of a meeting of the Archaeus Society.

Otto and I were strolling around the lawn engaged in a very deep philosophical discussion, to which, as usual, I was contributing little.

We sat down on a lawn bench. Again as usual, several people came over and chimed in. One of them quoted Einstein. Otto abruptly and dead seriously asked, "Einstein! What is so unique about him?!!"

Submitted by Harmon Ruliffson

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