BY JONATHON CORTAUX
Just look at it. It seems rather evident to me. There is water in that glass. I’m going to tell it straight to you. I’m not going to beat around the bush; I am just going to be honest. I am not going to sugar coat it
with sugar. I am going to get straight to the point. There is water in there. That is pure H2O in that glass. I am not going to make folly and place a volume on the liquid in relation to container. I will not tell you that it is one third empty or two fifths full because either of those would be inaccurate if you take into account the evaporation that is occurring as we speak. I will just tell you that water it is there.
I will go even farther than that to tell you that there is water. I will tell you there is a cup. I will tell you the water is in the cup and that it is on the table. Now sit and ponder that. I will give you my guarantee that there is water in the glass, and if someone questions you, just tell them: “Jonathon Cortaux said so.”