pretty much anytime we have to make a choice between two options within the student ministry we resort to “rock, paper, scissors.” i’ve had many of you people criticize this method and make light of it. yet no more. in this article you’ll find out that a japaneze firm used “rock, paper, scissors” to decided who they would sell 20 million dollars worth of art through. they had to decide between christie’s or sotheby’s and apparently figured that using “rock, paper, scissors” was the best way to make the choice between the two options.
christie’s chose scissors and sotheby’s chose paper. scissors beat paper and thus christie’s will be auctioning some the art this wednesday.
i can’t believe you would ever doubt my methods.
SIDE NOTE – can you believe that there is a world championship of rock, paper, scissors?