FIRST PATRON: I’ll be asking you to step outside.
SECOND PATRON: But what are we fighting over?
FIRST PATRON: Sunstone’s Law will do nicely, won’t it? After all, you must be thinking she’s nonsense. Consequently, I’ll be asking you to step outside.
SECOND PATRON: That’s not good enough. I fully accept Sunstone’s Law. There’s nothing for us to fight over.
FIRST PATRON: Nothing to fight over? That’s depressing, it is.
SECOND PATRON: Aye, it sure is.
FIRST PATRON: First or second formulation?
SECOND PATRON: What?
SECOND PATRON: Why I stand by God, country, and the first formulation of Sunstone’s Law!
FIRST PATRON: I must be asking you to step outside then!
— Overheard in a bar