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grondmaster
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Post#851 » Sun Jan 30, 2005 6:30 pm

Gradually get that way.

How many hot fudge sundaes can you eat without getting sick?

(Laurelindhe ilmarin: Me thinks the answer to your train puzzle is indeterminate, for there are two unknowns and we can't solve for one without knowing the other. We need to know their common average velocity in order to obtain their transit time, unless of course "250 miles between them" means means they each travel 250 miles. However, I read it as the total distance they travelled was 250 miles.)
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Post#852 » Sun Jan 30, 2005 11:07 pm

Well, I've never tried eating that many fudge sundaes at one go. But then if you would care to sponsor all the fudge sundaes I eat without getting sick, I might give it a try and tell you!

Why is money so important to some people in the world?
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Post#853 » Sun Jan 30, 2005 11:19 pm

Money is POWER!

Why is it so much fun to get scared?

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lord_aragorn86
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Post#854 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:26 am

Because noone's scared to have fun!

Why doesn't anything roll uphill?
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Post#855 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 9:12 am

It does if it's pushed. Cars roll uphill too, right?...unless of course it's a Rolls Canardly, which rolls right down one hill, but can'ardly get up the next....hahahaha! Man, that was a very silly joke from my childhood. Sorry folks.

Anyone ever watch the movie [u]Explorers[/u] with a very young River Phoenix? (That's where that incredibly silly joke is from.)

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Post#856 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 10:52 am

Spiralling out of control whilst your eating your old make up brush. :P:
**********Then finding that there is no make-up brush and in fact what you are eating is your own hair********** :funnylaugh:
Remembering that old cheesy wotsit you threw down the drain can be such a dream when you are sitting in the tree that sits in the middle of a large lake.
hey...........i can go on forever..... :happyelf:

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laurelindhe ilmarin
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Post#857 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:16 am

???????????????????? :wary:

Eruwen, yes, I do remember seeing that movie when I was a kid-I remember that joke and love it! I also remember being madly in love with River Phoenix, God rest his soul...

Grondy, yes, there were two-hundred miles total distance for the two trains to travel, and the unknown variable(the velocity of the trains)was one-hundred and fifty miles per hour, but the second train did leave two hours later... :elfroleeyes:

What is the deal with all of the stupid, witless, caveman commercials(ads) on television these days? Anyone else been bombarded with those stupid ads about the ringtones and wallpaper you can get for your cell phone??? They are everywhere!!! They are more annoying than Ryan Seacrest!!!

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Post#858 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:33 am

Oh yes, Laurelindhe, I was madly in love with him too. RIP. Phew! I'm so glad I wasn't the only one who loved that joke and that movie and River Phoenix.

And YES! I am soo glad that someone else is terribly annoyed with those stupid ringtone commercials! I almost don't want to watch comedy central anymore because of them. Ugh! They are driving me nuts!

So...who in the world would ever buy one of those stupid ringtones!? Especially the one with the rapping rhino! Aaaahhhhhh!!!!

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grondmaster
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Post#859 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 6:41 pm

Not me! I don't need or even want a cell phone. :tongueelf:

Laurelindhe ilmarin: At 150 mph the first train would travel the 250 mile in 1 hour, 40 minutes arriving in the station and meeting the second train at 10:40 allowing the passengers twenty minutes to have a sandwich and coffee before embarking on the return journey via the second train. (At first I tried pluging the numbers into an algebraic formulae, but got gibberish until I started to graph it, at which time I finally had a great Ah Ha! You be too tricky!) :elfbiggrin:

Now then, which sandwiches were most popular with the passengers in the above answer.
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Post#860 » Mon Jan 31, 2005 6:57 pm

Well, there was a large family of peanuts sitting on the track that day, and at that ridiculously high rate of speed, there was absolutely no way they could get out of the way of the train in time, so the passengers all got......

Peanut Butter Sandwiches!!! Yes, that's what they were.

Why do people complain about advertisments, yet remember every detail of them? Isn't that what the advertisers want in the first place?

*grins at Laurelindhe*

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