Wrong or Right?
To take the wrong road to Sherman, Texas, is to take the right road, because there’s really only one road. On the off chance you take a wrong road that turns out to be a wrong road, you’re not on the Sherman road and this road will lead you to the middle of nowhere. Actually, this wrong wrong road may be the right road because Sherman is in the middle of nowhere, and two wrongs make a right, right? Unless the right road is a one-way road, of course, then the right road is the wrong road and you’re screwed because you should be on the wrong road because it’s right.
Maybe there will be a connecting road between the wrong road and the right road, but is this road right or wrong, or both? Is it the right wrong road or the wrong right road? Are you wrong or right for taking it? If you start on the wrong road but it turns out to be the right road, it’s the wrong road, but it’s the wrong wrong road so it’s the right road so you switch to the right wrong road and then realize you should be on the wrong right road, so you get on the right road by means of the right wrong road but it’s not the right road because it’s the right road, and you need to be on the wrong road but now you’re on the right wrong right right wrong road, will you ever get to Sherman?