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Flowers - September 13, 2009
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Albert Algebra?

Fibonacci number. Nature likes the Fibonacci numbers, and rarely does non ones.


4, 5, 9, 14 then? I guess that works, though I am more comfortable with the standard Fibonacci sequence, (Fn = Fn-1 + Fn-2).

number of petals from left to right is:
1, 5, 4, 8
and 1, 5, 8 are fibonacci numbers, but 4 is not... hence albert feeling left out

Albert needs to join the Lucas Club.

never mind... Albert can be four-leaf clover, which will bring luck to anyone picking it up.

Stupid@!Abert cannot be four-leaf clover as he/she is PINK@!@!

Therefore, Albert is not a clover. This is consistent with the title's implication that Albert is a flower. Is there something stupid about that?

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