Paying a recent call on my old friend Professor Einschwein, the world-famous Transylvanian logologist, I was privileged to learn about his latest numerological invention. Drawing forth a curious pack of cards, he showed me that each card bore a single letter of the alphabet on one side and single integer, sometimes positive, sometimes negative, on the other.
"Einschwein's Magic Numbers,"
Word Ways: Vol. 24
, Article 11.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol24/iss3/11