} Well, I cannot choose the glass in front of me, for it would be the
} blantantly obvious thing to put the poison in the glass of your
} adversary, which is to say, me. However, only a great fool, as Vizini
} would say, would do the blatantly obvious thing, so therefore I cannot
} choose the glass in front of you.
} However, I can derive the answer from what I know of you. Iocaine
} powder comes from fiction, which means you must come from fiction,
} which means you don't really exist. That would all be well and good,
} if not for the fact that I am fictional also, and therefore can be
} harmed by Iocaine powder and other fictional poisons.
} I also know you're a copy-cat, so I must simply consult the film from
} which you copied from in order to determine that in fact BOTH glasses
} are poisoned, and therefore I need not drink from either, as either
} will kill me. Therefore, I need to find an alternate solution by
} looking at the speech shortly before you scene, noting that Vizini says
} he and Wesley are at an impasse because he can't compete with Wesley
} physically, and Wesley can't advance without the princess dying. The
} catch (and resolution) is that in this case I can compete with you
} physically, and in fact, cannot conceivably lose!
} In case you haven't figured it out yet, ZOT!
} You owe the Oracle Indigo and Fezik as recuriing injokes.