Deductive Reasoning A man just moved to a new house and while unpacking his belongings a neighbor sees him and decides to introduce himself. Neighbor 1: "So your our new neighbor, huh?" New Neighbor: "Yep" Neighbor 1: "So what do you do for a living?" New Neighbor: "Well I'm a professor of deductive reasoning at the university" Neighbor 1: "Deductive Reasoning? What's that?" New Neighbor: "Well, let me show you. I see you have a doghouse, therefore I deduce you have a dog" Neighbor 1: "Sure do" New Neighbor: "From that, I deduce that you have children" Neighbor 1: "Yep, two of them" New Neigbor: "From that I deduce you have a wife" Neighbor 1: "Uh huh" New Neighbor: "And from that I deduce that you're a heterosexual" Neighbor 1: "You got that right" New Neighbor: "And that is deductive reasoning" Neighbor 1: "Cool" Later that day Neighbor 1 runs into Neighbor 2. Neighbor 2: "I saw you talking to our new neighbor" Neighbor 1: "Yeah, and he sure has a interesting job" Neighbor 2: "Oh yeah? What does he do?" Neighbor 1: "He's a professor of deductive reasoning at a university" Neighbor 2: "Deductive Reasoning? Whats that?" Neighbor 1: "Well let me show you. Do you have a doghouse?" Neighbor 2: "No" Neighbor 1: "FAG!"