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Who said Cogito Ergo Sum? is below.
- Who said Cogito Ergo Sum?
- Cogito Ergo Sum is Latin for "I think there for I add" It was hypothesized by the great mathematician and scholar, Rene the Square.
Rene had grown sick and tired of the other mathematicians picking on him for only being good at addition and his belief that all math is simply made up of different forms of adding.
He used "Cogito Ergo Sum" to support that he was a mathematician.
The other mathematicians started calling him "Square" because he had no luck with women, could not dance well, and liked to play with bugs and flies.
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- Dan Barker