31 Game 2
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It means that at least one of the two is not on sale. Remember that we're using the Inclusive Or—so, one or the other or both.
The theory for dealing with Global Accounting Questions is in this video. For more practical examples, see 29 Game 2 Q 7; PrepTest 30 Qs 1, 6, 11, and 17, etc.
For question 10, the correct answer says that neither type of jazz and neither type of soul is on sale. However, for question 7, the right answer shows used jazz and new and used soul on sale. I am confused of how it still cannot be true.tyvm
OK because I am a man I therefore cannot have your baby, but perhaps you'll settle for a cold one some day? I love you man! Your shit is making my shit so f'ing happy! I'm finally doing decent on LSAT stuff! All shits and giggles aside, Thank you MajorGeneral
2. I'll definitely take that cold one.
3. I am having this comment blown up onto a poster that I will show silently to anyone who dares to cross me—on any point!—from now on. Total validation. (Thanks!)