Louise and Abagail studied in hopes of becoming the youngest philosophers on record. They argued daily about trivial concepts. Abagail, the younger sister, believed that she undeniably proved why forks are better than spoons. Louise was slightly upset and questioned why Abagail made lists for everything. It was a sign of a failing memory. Louise only took notes on her subjects. She never made lists. “Notes are far better than lists,” Louise shouted. Abagail shouted back, “Alright then prove it, write down ten reasons why notes are better than lists.” Louise ran to her room and began making the list.