In this owlet episode, Amanda and Dave talk about the interesting concept of Escher sentences, also known as "comparative illusions." Some examples talked about in the episode are:
1. "More people have been to Russia than I have."
2. "More people have been to Berlin than I have."
3. "..More people have analyzed it than I have..."
4. "More phones have games on them than this one."
5. "In Michigan and Minnesota, more people found Mr Bush's ads negative than they did Mr Kerry's."
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