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An advertisement on a billboard displays the message to passing motorists, “Honk if you don’t use Blind-O Window Cleanerâ€

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New post 16 Jul 2005, 03:10
Picked C. Least crazy. Limits itself to a possibility.

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New post 16 Jul 2005, 07:07
C. "it is possible to determine..........." is not too strong.
so it should be C.

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New post 16 Jul 2005, 10:57
My pick would be D, it's the only one logical.
C assumes that you can determine the usage of the product, with te bahaviour of the drivers. This is wrong

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The OA is B..

CRAZY Qs..

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New post 19 Jul 2005, 11:19
Wow, this really is a very strange question. Really strange, because one can argue in favor of everyone of those arguments.

For instance I can argue that A should be the answer because it clearly states - that a driver who reads the sign and honks in response to it... I can argue that "in response" implies that the driver honked because he read that advertisement.

Anyways... no choice seems to be better than the other.

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"Honk if you don’t use Blind-O Window Cleanerâ€

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New post 19 Jul 2005, 21:49
B is most obvious. The argument is If X-> Y
here X is driver who doesnot use Blind-O Window Cleaner
Y is Honk
B has this correct logic!

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