dang this math problem is easy

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  1. cheater87

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    And what is the point in this thread anyway o_O
     
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    Obviously the answer is 'Q'!

    Dangling in Demensia, Bod ed
     
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    More like ZZZZZZZZZZ!
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    Bored Buck.
     
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    Seeing as there's little or no point to this thread. I'm going OT :ninja:

    Buck are you away on vacation, or just off on summer break? (We're talk'n about Oz - so no one think I'm on drugs ... although maybe I should be after reading a few of these threads :rolleyes: :blink: :D )
     
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    Hey Woofer,

    When all you have left are lemons.....well....you know!

    Squeezing in Leominster, Mello Yellow ed
     
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    I'm doing my best Ed :p

    BTW Cheaters - You might really like this forum
     
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    He is on a secret cotanget mission with Harvey, looking for a sine when they have squeeze enough oranges to form a hypothesis on the hypotenuse . :ninja:

    ;)


    http://www.therecipebox.com/members/box/cocktail/al0092.htm
     

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    "dang this math problem is easy"

    Yes it was....but do you know if the # 10 has friends :doubt: :eek: :D :blink:
     
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    Don't worry about being OT Steve......There is no T! :D :D Yeah away visiting the family for xmas. Head back home early Jan and don't start work again until the late Jan.
    Cheers.

    Now back to the banality!
     
  17. dog

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    Well Enjoy BB :)

    And a Merry Christmas in advance to You and Yours :-* ... in case your not around much during the holidays.

    Merry Christmas My Friend. ;)

    Steve
     
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    Cheers Steve!
    Merry Xmas to you and yours also.
    Brad.
     
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    Cochise A missed friend

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    Thats just typical of you Buck(sh) Baby...clear off on your hols and leave Primula....Bed Ed and me to take care of all the intellectual stuff piled onto us by that Wild Child...Brainstormin'....Cheater......who's inspired choice of Questions leave us breathless and in a total quandary......we're not all Albert Einsfarkles you know.......

    Cripes........when did you say you get back??.......I've worked it out and I reckon you Teaching Drongos work about three months a year......:D :D :D :D


    Cochise,:cool: Supply teaching in Sonora......(At twice my normal Fee)...:rolleyes:
     
  20. It's a tough job 'chise, but someone has to push back the frontiers of ignorance! :)
     
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    Thanks Prim!
     
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