>kirk_honour at collagen.com writes:
> Say Corporate Banker flying from LA to New York has a fly in his
> briefcase. Once the plane gets into the air he opens his briefcase and the fly
> flies out and lands on the seat head rest immediately in front of him such that
> he can observe the actions of the fly. Now, periodically the fly flies around
> from this spot and lands in the same place, and the Banker watches this. The
> question the Banker has is this; Does the plane get lighter when the fly is
> flying around the interior of the plane than when the fly is sitting on the seat
> head rest?
What is this?
A yuppy version of the chicken farmer driving his truck over the bridge?