A recent Dilbert (March 18th) reminded me of this one.... Every program can be reduced by at least one instruction. Every program has at least one bug in it. Therefore, every program can be reduced to one instruction, which is wrong.

How r u concluding??? Every program can be reduced by at least one instruction. Therefore, every program can be reduced to one instruction, which is wrong. Excellent .....

Yep, but you need both: Every program can be reduced by at least one instruction. Every program has at least one bug in it. Doesn't work if you miss one of them out.