Chad Perrin wrote in post #995626:
> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 01:54:20AM +0900, 7stud -- wrote:
>> amir e. wrote in post #995492:
>> >
>> > A very important principle in Ruby is that every thing is object.
>>
>> I have never found that claim to be important in any language.
>> Whether everything is an object or just most things doesn't make a bit
>> of difference in writing programs.  Now if you were selected to be on a
>> Ruby Trivia Show, and you can win thousands of $$$, then it would be
>> helpful to know.
>
> It seems pretty unimportant until I try to interact with something as an
> object and it turns out it *isn't* an object.

Do you have a real world example of that?  Perhaps:

(1, 2, 3).send(:ancestors)

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