## A Conversation for The Liar's Paradox

### Liar Paradox

Pongo Started conversation Apr 18, 2003

You're faced with two doors(door A and door B) both have a guard (guard A and guard B) in front of it. One door leads to certain death, the other door to happiness. One guard always tells the truth and the other always lies. You may ask only one question of one guard. Which door do you take?

### Liar Paradox

2fingerdry Posted May 8, 2003

neither i go home and be content with the happy cigarette i just rolled

### Liar Paradox

Hoon Posted Aug 17, 2003

You ask this question to either guard: "If I were to ask the other guard, 'Which door leads to happiness?' What would he tell me?"

Whichever door the guard indicates as a quote from his associate, you then go through the other door!

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