Investigator William J. Maloney sent us this photo, taken in his local supermarket, of a new breakfast cereal’s box upon which is emblazoned the phrases “Hannah Montana” and “SECRET IDENTITY CEREAL”. Investigation yields some tentative conclusions:
1. This may be the only secret identity cereal the existence of which is no longer secret.
2. Some or all of the grain may have once been stored in a a grain elevator at Identity Grain, 450 E Road 13, Johnson, Kansas, USA.
3. The existence of this secret identity cereal may shed light upon the sometimes vexed concept of the identity grain, which has been described (in the session on “Commonsense metaphysics and lexical semantics” at the 1986 Human Language Technology Conference) as “the one in which every two distinct elements are distinguishable.”