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3 (partial)

Time limit:
2.0s

Memory limit:
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It's the start of contest season and Bruno is excited to start coding! Unfortunately, he can't start coding until he finishes his math homework. It may seem strange that the first subject in Bruno's math class is trigonometry, but what can he do? Well, for one, he can simply pass the homework on to you. ~~Bruno's~~ Your homework is as follows: Given the lengths of three sticks, determine whether or not you can make a triangle with the sticks (without breaking them).

#### Input Specification

There will be three lines of input. Each line contains one integer, the length of one of the sticks.

#### Output Specification

If it is possible to make a triangle using the three sticks, output the string `Huh? A triangle?`

. Otherwise output `Maybe I should go out to sea...`

.

#### Sample Input

```
3
2
1
```

#### Sample Output

`Maybe I should go out to sea...`

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