Last year, a Japanese company made Sotheby's and Christie's play paper, rock, scissors
to determine who would get to auction off their gazzilions of dollars worth of paintings. Christie's got some help in from some teeny boppers, and won, correctly assuming that Sotheby's would not go for the more obvious "rock".
They should, in retrospect, probably have visited the website of the World Rock Paper Scissors Society
, home of the World RPS championships, and also a project of the authors of this very handy RPS strategy guide
Posted by the yak on Wednesday, September 20, 2006 at 6:29 AM | Permalink | Comments