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loseyourname
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Just keep bumping this until he takes the bait.
Good, can you give us any insights into the mind of a GD-avoider?loseyourname said:It took about a year to finally suck me in here, although I did always post in P&WA. There could be hope.
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This math question is still being talked about because it remains unsolved and has sparked curiosity and intrigue among mathematicians and math enthusiasts. It serves as a reminder that there are still many unsolved problems in the world of mathematics.