The G8 met in Laquilla, Italy after Silvio Berlusconi moved them there in order to bring some much needed money to the region devastated by the recent earthquake.
Here at the Unpublishable Philosopher, I am starting the Group of One (G1), consisting of me (the UP). And I am hoping to have a meeting in my home to bring some much needed money to it, and, if there is enough left over, I will take it to Laquilla for a much-needed vacation.
What's the difference between the G1 and the UP himself? Simple, the G1 is a group and the UP is not a group. A set is not identical to its members. Members make up the set, but they are not identical to it. So, if we understand groups as sets, then we have no problem with distinguishing the group from its sole member.
So, overcoming a minor concern about grammatical infelicity, I'm well-prepared to form the G1 and begin cashing in.