"you will sentence me to 10 years in prison" if the judge sentenced him to ten, its true and he should get 5 years, but if he gets 5 years it makes his statement false which means the judge should sentence him to 10, rather than contradict his own word, the judge set him free
He would say that the judge would sentence him to ten years. Then this would either be true or false. If TRUE then he would sentence him to five years, which can't happen as he has already been sentenced to ten. However if it is FALSE then he would have to been sentenced for five years, which would then make the statement true meaning he would have to then sentence him to ten. This creates a situation where there would be no possible sentence for the man so the judge would set him free.
He said "you will sentence me to ten years in prison" if it was true, then he would be sentenced to five years in prison, making the statement false, sentencing him to ten years in prison, which would make the statement true, which would sentence him to five years in prison, which would make the statement false, so he would be sentenced ten years in prison, which would make the statement true, so he would only be sentenced to five years in prison, which would make the statement false, so...
There are three answers, in my opinion:
"This sentence is false"
"I will be given 10 years in prison"
These form a paradox, because in they were true then they would be false and vice versa.
"Why would you use that system to determine an appropriate sentence for me?"
The judge thought about this and realized he had made a good point, so he set him free instead. :P
He said I m nt from tennessee
He said I was wearing a mask
The man asked the judge a question.
He told the judge he was handsome
"it" is neither true or false
He let the judge know that his love for him was still strong after a midnight fling.
He said you may make a statement he didnt make a statement he said nothing he was set free
"You will sentence me to ten years of prison."
If it were true, it'd be false.
He said, "This sentence is false." This sentence is a paradox: If the sentence is true, then it is not true. If it is false, then it is true. The judge could not decide whether the sentence was true or false, therefore he was set free.
He said anything other that the words 'true' or 'false' therefore the statement he made was not "true" and was not "false"
He didnt say anything. That way it wasnt true or false so the judge had to let him go.
He just got naked and the judge got an erection so he let him go ?
He said either of these 2 things: The answer is false or You are going to sentence me to 10 years of prison.
I came from ten years in the future, and I have to go to the bathroom really bad.
The man said " why are you asking me"? I am just the janitor. "Court closed 2hours ago your honour"
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