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Via Peter Head on Facebook. Which is the blank page? The one that says it is – and as a result is not? Or the one that does not claim to be blank but is?

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  • http://nwrickert.wordpress.com/ Neil Rickert

    I’ve often noticed that conundrum.

  • John MacDonald

    The page with the writing on it isn’t really blank. At the bottom of the page it says “Employee safety handbook page 16 of 17.”

    • John MacDonald

      Which raises the question as to why on the blank page on the right it doesn’t say at the bottom of the page “Employee safety handbook page ’17’ of 17”?

      This riddle is messing with my mind, man. lol

      • John MacDonald

        Looking at it again, you can see page 17 has been ripped out!

        • John MacDonald

          Page 17, the one that has been ripped out, is the real blank page (it actually is blank – it’s not there – the pages on the left and right aren’t blank, they’re white!). I should be in MENSA, lol.

          • John MacDonald

            And maybe all three are blank pages because they have been ripped out of the booklet on the far left hand side of the screen. lol