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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elrond
    And here comes the story about the frozen chicken ...
    Of course frozen chicken ... or would you should living chickens in the engine
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    The 1337h (1337th?) reply.
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Frohman
    A goose flying into/through the engine is the answer. Unless of course it was a duck or a loon.

    Note: duck is a funny word.
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    You are so smart......um, you win....... is there still a score board?
    if so you get a point, i think that was lie 60 pages back or something though.......
    With all due respect for Tom and Sravoff this question and answer is irrelevant. How can you prove that Gertrude is a goose or duck rather than a virus, rocket, metheorit or anything else?

    Please people, ask more unambiguous questions.
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by cilu
    With all due respect for Tom and Sravoff this question and answer is irrelevant. How can you prove that Gertrude is a goose or duck rather than a virus, rocket, metheorit or anything else?

    Please people, ask more unambiguous questions.
    Gertrude can not be a rocket. When a rocket hits (enters) a plane, it usually explodes or gets stopped inside the plane. Therefore the rocket can not exit (leave) the plane. And we've been sdaid Gertrude left the plane. The only way Gertrude can be a bullet or rocket is if it is strong enough to pierce through the plane and go on its path after crashing on the plane.

    Also Gertrude can not be anything faster than a speeding bullet. She ("it"?) entered the plane, and then left the plane. And we're said, if I am correctly interpreting words, than people were killed "after" Gertrude left. A meteorite for an example travels too fast and it is too big to escape the plane before killing everyone.

    I think this quiz case is not that ambiguous. Before reading all the answers posted I was thinking in a virus.

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    Re: question and answer thread.

    OK, You have a good point here. But in this case a how did a duck that entered into the engine extited the plane? Same problem...
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Q: Why do ducks have flat feet?
    A: To stamp out forest fires.
    Q: Why do forest rangers wear boots?
    A: So they can stamp out flaming ducks.
    Q: What to elephants do between 3 and 5 PM in the forest?
    A: They jump out of trees.
    Q: Why are crocodiles built so low to the ground?
    A: From taking walks in the forest between 3 and 5 PM.
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by cilu
    OK, You have a good point here. But in this case a how did a duck that entered into the engine extited the plane? Same problem...
    The duck left the plane as minced meat ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elrond
    The duck left the plane as minced meat ....
    Hahahaha... that's funny.
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    6, 6, and 1

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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by bighorus83
    6, 6, and 1
    Wrong, the answer is 42.
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Q: what goes down slowly but goes up fast

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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrRee
    Q: what goes down slowly but goes up fast
    hmm, a plane?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrRee
    Q: what goes down slowly but goes up fast
    A manned space craft. Up on rockets; Down on a parachute.
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    Re: question and answer thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Frohman
    A manned space craft. Up on rockets; Down on a parachute.
    What's wrong with a dogged space craft?
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