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  1. #61
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    Alarm on the alarm clock, because that means up until that point I was asleep and I don't like being woken up.

    You find a wallet with £100 (or whatever your currency is) in it, do you keep it or hand it in?
    Every fight is a food fight when you’re a cannibal.

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    Turn it in.

    1. Read a good book.
    or
    2. Play a good video game.
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    Gotta be video games, and before you accuse me of having no imagination, I don't need a book to imagine.

    Who would win in a fight between Jack Bauer and Chuck Norris?
    Last edited by David Harrison; 05-15-2006 at 11:34 PM.
    Every fight is a food fight when you’re a cannibal.

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    Chuck Norris if it's hand-to-hand, Jack Bauer if it's with guns.

    1. Tube amplifiers ("valve amps" for you Brits)
    or
    2. Transistor amplifiers
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    Alarm clocks. People always freak out when they hear chalk board screeching, I don't know why. My dad does the same thing when he hears a knife on dinner plates.
    It doesn't bother me in the least.

    I don't mean these to be eaten, just which you prefer. The same with the socks and sandals question.

    Cat food

    or

    Dog food

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    Dog food - cat food has a horrendous smell that lingers all day long

    crystal ball
    or
    tarot cards?

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    Tarot cards, at least it gives the person being conned something to look at.

    Sunny, come on dude, that was from the previous page, keep up.

    Would you rather take a ride on the space shuttle round the Earth a few times, or the Saturn V to the moon and back?
    Every fight is a food fight when you’re a cannibal.

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    To the moon, Alice!

    And since mine got skipped:

    1. Tube amplifiers ("valve amps" for you Brits)
    or
    2. Transistor amplifiers
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    Tranistor amplifiers, I need to be familar with my electronic gizmos.

    Blur or Oasis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the tree
    Blur or Oasis?
    Pfft, Blur.

    3d or 4d?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MstrBob
    Pfft, Blur.

    3d or 4d?
    Which 3d? Which 4d? I mean, the universe has at least 11d (10 spatial and 1 time) according to recent theories.

    Sorry, I'll let someone who has some idea what Mr. Bob is refering to answer this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogDog
    Which 3d? Which 4d? I mean, the universe has at least 11d (10 spatial and 1 time) according to recent theories.

    Sorry, I'll let someone who has some idea what Mr. Bob is refering to answer this one.
    Let's leave String Theory out of this. Afterall, they still can't agree on how many dimensions there are (10? 11? 26? (42? )).

    But no, I'll revise the question.

    Cube or Tesseract?

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    Lol yes this thread is moving quite quickly though so i can see how sunny was still on previous postings. I was going to say in response to david on the previous page, not to be perdantic, but the final dimension is not time. For example n-dimensional space is the fifth dimension also used in mathematics and if i remember correctly from physics when i was younger nogdog is right in saying there are 10 dimensions, in working practise. Although string theory does offer a wider explanation to some relative theories it also raises alot of questions but is still just a theory and very difficult to prove or even explain all of it.

    Anyway short answer is Cube. Its easier to draw and i hate mathematics (the formula behind the points of the convex hull). And then of course there's trying to explain to some people what a tesseract is.

    So before we all become too brainy or our brains melt, one or the other.....

    Speedo's/Y Fronts
    OR
    Loose Swimming Trunks/Boxer Shorts

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    As a gal, I want to answer this one:
    Loose Swimming Trunks/Boxer Shorts

    It's been my experience that the guys who SHOULDN'T wear speedos, do.

    legos
    or
    hot wheels?

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    Hot Wheels!

    1. Red wine
    or
    2. White wine
    "Please give us a simple answer, so that we don't have to think, because if we think, we might find answers that don't fit the way we want the world to be."
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