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« Reply #1050 on: 16/04/2010 22:46:31 »
It was a remote controlled bale of hay. [:P]

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« Reply #1051 on: 16/04/2010 22:50:15 »
On the other end of the five metre ropes is a parachute and the horse is about to land on the bale. Or maybe it's a bungee jumping horse.
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« Reply #1052 on: 16/04/2010 22:57:48 »
Or....

The five meter rope gives the horse a 10 metre diameter, easily allowing him to travel six meters to get to the bail (ie the bale of hay is 1 metre beyond the anchor point of the rope).


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« Reply #1053 on: 16/04/2010 23:23:31 »
I know. I know.

The horse is a race horse and so has a silly name. He shares his field with another race horse called A Bale of Hay who, fortunately, isn't tied and is free to wander where he pleases.

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« Reply #1054 on: 16/04/2010 23:36:17 »
What about if the horse lives on a really, really tiny planet, so small that the horse can walk right round the planet on his 5 metre rope and creep up on the other side of the bale? In fact the planet would be so small that it would have virtually no gravity so the rope is probably there to stop the horse from floating off into space. Of course the bale of hay would have to be glued to the ground for the same reason.

Am I getting close?
 
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« Reply #1055 on: 16/04/2010 23:47:39 »
A horse is tied to a five meter rope, six meters away from it was a bail of hay. Without breaking the rope, the horse was able to get to the bail of hay. How is this possible? [;)]

Omid's lying to save herself from prosecution. The horse is now dead and Omid is in prison for animal cruelty. Naughty Omid. Tsk tsk.

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« Reply #1056 on: 17/04/2010 00:01:46 »
The horse is a seahorse. It's tied up because it's friday night and there's bugger else to do and why the hell should he have to justify his sexual preferences to you anyway. And eventually the bale of hay will float right past him.
 

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« Reply #1057 on: 17/04/2010 13:27:08 »
Or, all of the above?
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After all, isn't it always a measure of probabilities, according to the Copenhagen interpretation?
If so we will have to weight each one of your suggestion to Feynman's many paths scenario. And if we now assume a spherical horse? Superpositioned by our friend haybale, who now is superimposed as a real hayebale too? Well, that explains it.

Doesn't it?
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Maybe we should wait on Omid's definition too.
As stringent as can be please..

Begining, (let me give that little scientific nudge.)
"If we assume a spherical horse.."
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« Reply #1058 on: 18/04/2010 04:23:05 »
Well, wouldn't it be hard to get a "bail" of hay - at least one that the horse will eat. I'm thinking that a 'Bale' would appear far more tasty to the horse at any rate.

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« Reply #1059 on: 18/04/2010 11:38:19 »
It's a little known secret that Prisoner B38546 Laura Kelly, presently of the Auckland Region Women's Corrections Facility, is an expert on bail. If only you could have given them a bunch of hay for your last bail. Eh, Laura?  [;)]
 



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« Reply #1060 on: 18/04/2010 14:59:59 »
As the warden here I have to say that I'm upset by you both. So up set that I'm actually in fear of losing my balance. Now, if only I could find where I put it?
But correct me if I'm wrong.

Can horses get out on bail?

That would explain the rope.
Being untied I mean
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« Reply #1061 on: 18/04/2010 19:59:16 »
I don't think he would get bail because he is a sex offender. First he was Dobbin the Horse. Then he was Muffin the Mule.

I hope you find your balance, yor_on. I once couldn't find my wife's G Spot. Eventually it turned up down the back of the settee with a load of loose change. I bet that's where your balance has got to.

(I bet no-one outside of the UK recognises the references to Dobbin and Muffin, who were childrens' characters from about the 1950s).

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« Reply #1062 on: 18/04/2010 21:31:10 »
Settee?
A small sofa right?

I seem to remember some writer discussing that? A sofa stuck in the stairs sort of, not possible to move away? And not possible to have been carried to there either.

Yes, I see what you mean, that settee is quite famous, all over the world :)
And, it's yours then? Wonder what more one could find there?
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« Reply #1063 on: 18/04/2010 21:41:33 »
Yes, by 'settee' I mean 'sofa'.


Wonder what more one could find there?


I'd like to say that the G Spots of many women have been found using my settee but, alas, it is not true!
 

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« Reply #1064 on: 19/04/2010 18:26:57 »
That statement is almost certainly grammatically incorrect too.

Compare these two sentences "The  B-list celebrity was found using cocaine" and "The G spot was found using the sofa".
It's an odd image you portray there.
Did you mean "The G spot of many women ... while they were using...". (And I'm not sure if that should be spots)
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« Reply #1065 on: 19/04/2010 19:04:42 »
Compare these two sentences "The  B-list celebrity was found using cocaine" and "The G spot was found using the sofa".

There are three possible interpretations of the phrase in bold ...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1079895/The-amazing-pictures-giant-spider-eating-bird.html


1. Big spider eats a bird.
2. Big bird eats spiders.
3. Bird eats giant spiders.

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« Reply #1066 on: 19/04/2010 19:23:20 »
Yes, yes, thank you B.C. and RD. I'll try to be more precise with my articulation of G Spots in future. (Now there's a sentence I didn't think I'd be writing when I got up this morning!)

And what do you think their collective noun should be? Perhaps an ecstasy of G Spots?

My wife has just suggested a 'neglect' of G Spots. What you trying to say, Love?
 
 

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« Reply #1067 on: 19/04/2010 19:51:04 »

(I bet no-one outside of the UK recognises the references to Dobbin and Muffin, who were childrens' characters from about the 1950s).


Here comes Muffin, Muffin the mule.

But who was Spotty?
There ain'ta no sanity clause, and there ain'ta no centrifugal force Šther.

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« Reply #1068 on: 19/04/2010 20:01:54 »

(I bet no-one outside of the UK recognises the references to Dobbin and Muffin, who were childrens' characters from about the 1950s).


Here comes Muffin, Muffin the mule.

But who was Spotty?
Most of us when we were teenagers.
What in dalmation did you need to ask that for?
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« Reply #1069 on: 19/04/2010 20:50:35 »

But who was Spotty?

Most of us when we were teenagers.
What in dalmation did you need to ask that for?

Spot on! You seem to have spotted my error. I'll revise that.

"But who wasn't Spotty?"
There ain'ta no sanity clause, and there ain'ta no centrifugal force Šther.

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« Reply #1070 on: 20/04/2010 10:23:04 »
Hi Guys,

Great thread for general knowledge.Can any one tell me which is the longest 5 minutes?

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« Reply #1071 on: 20/04/2010 12:26:58 »
The ones I can't have?
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« Reply #1072 on: 20/04/2010 23:00:52 »
Hi Guys,

Great thread for general knowledge.Can any one tell me which is the longest 5 minutes?

Thanks
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No. But I know how long an ono second is.
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« Reply #1073 on: 21/04/2010 06:38:05 »
Someone forgot to tie the other end?

Thank you Yor_on [:)]

A mother gave birth to twin boys, but they were born in different years and on different days. And no, the boys are not part of 2 sets. How can this be possible? [;)]

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« Reply #1074 on: 21/04/2010 10:31:28 »
Thank you Yor_on [:)]

Boo. Hiss. Fix.

Yor_on must've given omid a backhander to get his answer accepted. I'm sure the bondage seahorse one was correct.
 

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« Reply #1075 on: 21/04/2010 11:36:48 »
Boo. Hiss. Fix.

Yor_on must've given omid a backhander to get his answer accepted. I'm sure the bondage seahorse one was correct.
 

NO!!!NO!!! John [:-'(]
omid didn't take nothing from yor_on
but his answer is what omid was looking for [:(] [:(] [:(]
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« Reply #1076 on: 22/04/2010 08:39:41 »
Someone forgot to tie the other end?

Thank you Yor_on [:)]

A mother gave birth to twin boys, but they were born in different years and on different days. And no, the boys are not part of 2 sets. How can this be possible? [;)]

A mother gave birth to twin boys, but they were born in different years and on different days.

clue 1: Different days ?
clue 2: Different years ?


it says different days and after that years ??
it should be end of the year.Moreover, end of the day with a 60 seconds difference.
therefore, let us consider first on was born on 31th of December 2009 at 11:59PM.
here is the end of the Day, also end of the year.the other twin will be born on 12:00Am of Jan 2010.
which makes difference of 60 seconds! so, the condition satisfied Omid.this is only possible in your question. I bet this never happened in "REAL".

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« Reply #1077 on: 22/04/2010 17:33:55 »

therefore, let us consider first on was born on 31th of December 2009 at 11:59PM.
here is the end of the Day, also end of the year.the other twin will be born on 12:00Am of Jan 2010.
 

Thank you L-Kira [:)]

A babysitter came over one day to babysit 10 children. She decided to give them a snack. In a jar there were 10 cookies. She wants to give each one a cookie, but still keep one in the jar. How will she do it? (WITHOUT BREAKING ANY COOKIES-EACH CHILD HAS TO GET A WHOLE!) [;)]

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« Reply #1078 on: 22/04/2010 19:15:24 »
Is it quite a big cookie jar?
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« Reply #1079 on: 23/04/2010 07:52:43 »
She was using binary arithmetic.
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« Reply #1080 on: 23/04/2010 19:35:14 »
Is it quite a big cookie jar?

I think I know what B.C.'s getting at here. She squeezed the last child into the jar with the cookie. Not easy, I know, but probably possible if you cut his little arms and legs off first and maybe use a hammer.

What? Don't blame me. It was B.C.'s idea!
 

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« Reply #1081 on: 25/04/2010 18:01:49 »
I think I know what B.C.'s getting at here. She squeezed the last child into the jar with the cookie. Not easy, I know, but probably possible if you cut his little arms and legs off first and maybe use a hammer.

JOHN!!!!!!

its cz she hand over the jar to the last kid with one cookie in it
as simple as that [:-'(]

There are 50 horses and 50 kings riding along an old dirt road. They came to a peach tree with 50 peaches. Each took one, yet there were still 49 left. How is this possible? [:)]
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« Reply #1082 on: 28/04/2010 05:15:22 »
There are 50 horses and 50 kings riding along an old dirt road. They came to a peach tree with 50 peaches. Each took one, yet there were still 49 left. How is this possible? [:)]

Given > 50 horses and 50 kings. with 50 peaches each took one.
condition > 49 left
question > how is this possible ?

one of the king's name is "Each" among 50 kings and also he's the only one that took one of the peaches.


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« Reply #1083 on: 28/04/2010 19:46:39 »
Is it quite a big cookie jar?

I think I know what B.C.'s getting at here. She squeezed the last child into the jar with the cookie. Not easy, I know, but probably possible if you cut his little arms and legs off first and maybe use a hammer.

What? Don't blame me. It was B.C.'s idea!
 
My idea was that it was a really big jar, but saying that would have given the game away.

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« Reply #1084 on: 28/04/2010 20:30:18 »
It's possible if we consider that each Peach (each atom) has an anti-peach. So, assuming that you have 50 'real kings', and one anti-king you didn't count because it does not belong to the category of 'real kings', you have 50 'real peaches' gone, and one anti-peach gone. Hence 49 (anti-)peaches left. Oh, by the way, the Peach and the anti-peaches never came into contact. Then you would have zero Peaches, zero trees, and zero kings.

Lets stick to L-Kira's version [:)]

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« Reply #1085 on: 29/04/2010 03:54:30 »
It's possible if we consider that each Peach (each atom) has an anti-peach. So, assuming that you have 50 'real kings', and one anti-king you didn't count because it does not belong to the category of 'real kings', you have 50 'real peaches' gone, and one anti-peach gone. Hence 49 (anti-)peaches left. Oh, by the way, the Peach and the anti-peaches never came into contact. Then you would have zero Peaches, zero trees, and zero kings.

Lets stick to L-Kira's version [:)]


Even if anit-Peaches exist you need anti-kings to prevent explosion and save other 49 kings.
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« Reply #1086 on: 29/04/2010 07:24:08 »
It's possible if we consider that each Peach (each atom) has an anti-peach. So, assuming that you have 50 'real kings', and one anti-king you didn't count because it does not belong to the category of 'real kings', you have 50 'real peaches' gone, and one anti-peach gone. Hence 49 (anti-)peaches left. Oh, by the way, the Peach and the anti-peaches never came into contact. Then you would have zero Peaches, zero trees, and zero kings.

Lets stick to L-Kira's version [:)]


Even if anit-Peaches exist you need anti-kings to prevent explosion and save other 49 kings.

I don't wish to seem racist, but what about dark kings? Are they the same as anti-kings?
 

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« Reply #1087 on: 29/04/2010 17:03:11 »
It's possible if we consider that each Peach (each atom) has an anti-peach. So, assuming that you have 50 'real kings', and one anti-king you didn't count because it does not belong to the category of 'real kings', you have 50 'real peaches' gone, and one anti-peach gone. Hence 49 (anti-)peaches left. Oh, by the way, the Peach and the anti-peaches never came into contact. Then you would have zero Peaches, zero trees, and zero kings.

Lets stick to L-Kira's version [:)]


Even if anit-Peaches exist you need anti-kings to prevent explosion and save other 49 kings.

I don't wish to seem racist, but what about dark kings? Are they the same as anti-kings?
 
IF you talk about Physics it's not racist. if you take it in general way it's sort of Dark kings.
however, you meant physics.

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« Reply #1088 on: 29/04/2010 17:36:34 »
It's possible if we consider that each Peach (each atom) has an anti-peach. So, assuming that you have 50 'real kings', and one anti-king you didn't count because it does not belong to the category of 'real kings', you have 50 'real peaches' gone, and one anti-peach gone. Hence 49 (anti-)peaches left. Oh, by the way, the Peach and the anti-peaches never came into contact. Then you would have zero Peaches, zero trees, and zero kings.

Thank you DrChemistry [:)]

omid loved your answer, [^]
 
what are the five little objects of everyday sort that you can find in tennis court??????? [;)]

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« Reply #1089 on: 29/04/2010 17:39:11 »
It's possible if we consider that each Peach (each atom) has an anti-peach. So, assuming that you have 50 'real kings', and one anti-king you didn't count because it does not belong to the category of 'real kings', you have 50 'real peaches' gone, and one anti-peach gone. Hence 49 (anti-)peaches left. Oh, by the way, the Peach and the anti-peaches never came into contact. Then you would have zero Peaches, zero trees, and zero kings.

Thank you DrChemistry [:)]

omid loved your answer, [^]
 
what are the five little objects of everyday sort that you can find in tennis court??????? [;)]
this is not fair Omid. I answered it first.
what's wrong with you?

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« Reply #1090 on: 29/04/2010 17:42:40 »
this is not fair Omid. I answered it first.
what's wrong with you?

L-Kira.

but his answer was the one omid was looking for [::)]

ok, try n answer the next one please [:o)]

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« Reply #1091 on: 29/04/2010 17:45:24 »
what are the five little objects of everyday sort that you can find in tennis court??????? [;)]
little objects ? are you sure that it's objects ?

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« Reply #1092 on: 29/04/2010 17:46:48 »
this is not fair Omid. I answered it first.
what's wrong with you?

L-Kira.

but his answer was the one omid was looking for [::)]

ok, try n answer the next one please [:o)]
Do you know something about antimatter ?
or Anti stuff ?
what do you mean you want his answer ?

WANT ??
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« Reply #1093 on: 29/04/2010 17:49:30 »
Do you know something about antimatter ?
or Anti stuff ?
what do you mean you want his answer ?

WANT ??

omid didn't used the word "WANT"

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« Reply #1094 on: 29/04/2010 17:51:46 »
this is not fair Omid. I answered it first.
what's wrong with you?

L-Kira.

but his answer was the one omid was looking for [::)]

ok, try n answer the next one please [:o)]
what's the meaning of anti-peaches ?
if you really understand that. I consider that I was incorrect.

first you answer this and I will answer the next one.
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« Reply #1095 on: 29/04/2010 17:53:25 »
Do you know something about antimatter ?
or Anti stuff ?
what do you mean you want his answer ?

WANT ??

omid didn't used the word "WANT"
Want is meant by your word "looking for"....
you want to know something so you said looking for didn't you ?
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« Reply #1096 on: 29/04/2010 17:54:43 »
what's the meaning of anti-peaches ?
if you really understand that. I consider that I was incorrect.

first you answer this and I will answer the next one.

Chill L-kira!!!!!!

omid meant that his answer sounded funny so omid liked his one the most, omid knows that your answer is right and Thank you for posting the right answer [:)]

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« Reply #1097 on: 29/04/2010 18:00:02 »
what's the meaning of anti-peaches ?
if you really understand that. I consider that I was incorrect.

first you answer this and I will answer the next one.

Chill L-kira!!!!!!

omid meant that his answer sounded funny so omid liked his one the most, omid knows that your answer is right and Thank you for posting the right answer [:)]
wait you seem to be kidding or what ?

You just said "Looking for" how can you know the future ??
which means how can you know that he was about to say something funny like that?
hey why do you speak as third person or second ?
like "Omid meant ..."
"omid knows..." if you use "I know" it would be simple to understand. Ok?


Oh! Yeah it's time to enter into a new DIMENSION.

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Re: who can answer this one?
« Reply #1098 on: 29/04/2010 18:03:26 »
what's the meaning of anti-peaches ?
if you really understand that. I consider that I was incorrect.

first you answer this and I will answer the next one.

Chill L-kira!!!!!!

omid meant that his answer sounded funny so omid liked his one the most, omid knows that your answer is right and Thank you for posting the right answer [:)]
by the way what's funny about it ?
Oh! Yeah it's time to enter into a new DIMENSION.

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Re: who can answer this one?
« Reply #1099 on: 29/04/2010 22:24:47 »
Come on L-Kira, this thread is supposed to be fun and light hearted. It's not a competition so please don't take things personally.