Two roosters sat on on a barn. The first rooster asked the second what time he was supposed to crow. The second rooster replied "in the morning".After coming up with the joke, my daughters wanted to change the Wikipedia entry for morning to make the joke funnier but I talked them out of it. I always have a hard time convincing them that Wikipedia is usually quite trustworthy when their teachers at school keep pounding on how unreliable Wikipedia can be.
At 12:01 AM, the first rooster screamed "Cockle-Doodle-Do" waking up the farmer and his family. The second rooster said "Why are you doing that now?"
The first rooster said, "I looked up 'morning' in Wikipedia and it said morning starts at midnight."
The moral of the story: Don't trust Wikipedia.
Enjoy the holidays. We'll be back next week with the Complexity Year in Review.