I've been wasting endless amounts of hours on end thinking deeply about these very philosophical questions. Wait - don't leave. Just pretend that you've been paid to read this. Ok? Good. Some people are convinced.
Is a hotdog..... A sandwich? I resorted to looking this up, and it said:
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According to Merriam-Webster, a sandwich is "two or more slices of bread or a split roll having a filling in between." By that definition, hot dogs seem to qualify as sandwiches. ... It's just culturally not the same as a sandwich."
But what do you mean by CULTURALLY? In what culture? It's not very specific.
How many chickens would it take...to kill an elephant? You might say that chickens don't kill things - but let's say you taught your chickens to become assasins - but it would depend on how well you taught them. And why couldn't the elephant KILL the CHICKEN? Elephants aren't taught to be assasins. But again, you could teach them.
What are your views?
I'm still waiting for your views.
Sorry, can't imaging I have already been paid. Not good at imagining such a thing. Please send the money. You get your answer. Deal?
These questions are not very philosophical.
Hot dog or sandwich. Cultural or not. Doesn't matter, both are delicious.
And about the chicken and elephant.
Why do I need chickens to kill an elephant ? When I have bullets and a rifle.
Why do I need an elephant to kill a chicken ? When I have a butcher's knife.
Apparently I can do all this by myself.
Neither are these answers.
1) No, a hot dog is no sandwich, as it are no slices.
2) Yes, chickens kill worms and even each other. Roosters fight to the death.
Yes, elephants kill with their trump or tusks or trampling. Most dangerous animals like lions and tigers back down before an elephant. That is why safaris on elephant back are safe. Alexander the Great fought against war elephants. The bishop in chess was originally a war elephant.
A flock of 24 aggressive chickens can probably kill an elephant by attacking his eyes.
@Pi_Addict111 A non-philosophical question deserves a non philosophical answer. Doesn't it ?
@tpr can two dozen chickens overpower a lion/tiger?