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Thread: Random Thoughts and Questions

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    Clipse
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    If you threw a plugged in toaster into the Ocean, how many fish would get electricuted?

  2. #972
    Muduh
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    You probably wouldn't be around to count them.

  3. #973
    dfleming2
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    the question is, where is the toaster plugged into? And how long is the frickin' cord?

    And why on earth would you want to throw a plugged in toaster into the ocean?

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    dfleming2
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    I read in an article recently that the Dalai Lama likes to feed the birds in his spare time... I thought, how nice

    Then I found out if a hawk comes to try and get the birdseed, he gets out his airgun

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    senrik
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    Why is it that the Word of the Day is always "D'oh"?

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    Clipse
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfleming2
    the question is, where is the toaster plugged into? And how long is the frickin' cord?

    And why on earth would you want to throw a plugged in toaster into the ocean?
    You would have an extension cord and it would be as long as it needs to be to reach the ocean.

    I would throw it in just out of curiousity...its the lazy mans fishing.

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    dfleming2
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    Quote Originally Posted by clipse
    its the lazy mans fishing
    I'm not sure I would eat those fish....

  8. #978
    senrik
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    How does the theory of 'supply and demand' work when the supply we are dealing with is money?

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    Employers 'supply' money. If we have need of it we decide how much work we will do for the amount they offer. So we pay for money with work. Makes sense to me.
    I have found the Truth and it doesn't make sense.

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    The answers to Senrik's riddles are never as simple as they seem.

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