So, I was bored, and having nothng else to do, I started screwing with logic. The following is what happens when you try it: "This sentence is true." Is that true or false? The obvious answer is true, but that's wrong. We can't really tell, default would be neither. But if we assume it's true, then it's true. If we assume it's false, then it's obviously false. So basically, it's potentially both. But something can't normally be both true and false, so which is it? It depends which you assume it is.. Except that has no actual effect on reality. No matter what we assume it is, it could be either. Because it is* both true and false, it's neither true nor false, but you can't change what it is because the sentence isn't dependent on anything. The point? I have no fking clue.