I’m Not Talking To You

Let’s say two poker players get all pissy with each other.  For purposes of this blog, imagine Player A lost most of his chips to Player B.  Later, Player B loses all of his chips.  Player A, still steamed from losing, mutters to no one in particular something like “he just lost all of MY chips!”

B is also steamed, and tells A “they weren’t your chips anymore; they were mine.  If you weren’t such a bad player, those chips might still be yours, but when I lost them they were in fact my chips.”

So here is my question:  How many times can Player A shout at Player B “I’m not talking to you!” without it being the case that he is, in fact, talking to Player B?


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1 Comment

  1. infinitely – And Player B can keep on addressing Player A the same. rather silly event looking at from the point of view, I am not either Player A or Player B. Player A ‘s statement is needs to be updated that Player B lost of all the chips previously “owned” by Player A.

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