Alex Stahl wrote:
> Though my first instinct was to try to use the "this" object in the
> "else..." statement to just use the current object to call the original
> method.  But then I remembered ruby doesn't have "this".

In Ruby, the current object is "self". Inside a 'class' definition, it's 
the class object.

>> class Foo
>> p self
>> end
Foo
=> nil
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