Trivia

Subject:
Re: That's another
Response To:
That's another ()

Larry Barrett
How about three dots in a row, equally spaced, and a fourth dot directly above the center dot and same distance from the center dot. It will be a different, but same, distance from the other two. Think isosceles triangle.

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