Okay, this is the lying-truth finding game, where we examine a statement or description of something, and based on our own analysis, try to determine if what is presented to us is true or not true. We have to state our reasons along with our answers. You guys can obviously present your own interesting conundrums for others to solve. Also, it is okay to present situations where the answer is probably true or probably false, based on the evidence presented in the case. I was inspired to start this topic based on that scene in the film "Labyrinth", made in the 80's starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. For those who have seen this film, I am referring to the two talking doors, where one door always lies and the other one always tells the truth, and you had to pick the right one or you would fall into some dark pit or something like that if I remember correctly. Okay, to start off, I got one here for ya: The captain of a sailing ship was telling this interesting story: "We traveled the sea far and wide. At one time, two of my sailors were standing on opposite sides of the ship. One was looking west and the other one east. And at the same time, they could see each other clearly." So, is this captain drunk on rum, or is there a situaton where this scenario can be possible?