Isn't that a rather strange question? All the same, I had an alert reader mail me that Louis Nizer's quotation (found in the Quotations on Responsibility) is incorrect. The quotation is "When a man points a finger at someone else, he should remember that four of his fingers are pointing at himself." The alert reader writes that we have only four fingers and a thumb. So, if "a man" is pointing one finger at someone, there could be a maximum of three fingers pointing back at "himself." Interesting, right? Well, I am not going to modify the words that someone uttered. All the same, it is great to hear from readers. If you have something to say, please visit the Suggest / Submit / Comment page. Thanks.