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is this an interesting question happy7? X3

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Paul's height is six feet, he's an assistant at a butcher's shop, and wears size 9 shoes. What does he weigh?

Trincent  Feb 4, 2015

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It is an old forum joke Trincent.

If you search minims it will probably throw up some other times that they have been mentioned.

Melody  Feb 7, 2015
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This is an old joke.  He weighs meat because he works at a butcher's shop =3

happy7  Feb 4, 2015
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How many of each species did Moses take on the ark with him?

Trincent  Feb 4, 2015
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0.  Noah took 2 of each species on the ark

happy7  Feb 4, 2015
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your good but try this.     He has married many women, but has never been married. Who is he?

Trincent  Feb 4, 2015
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A priest

happy7  Feb 4, 2015
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-_- how about this one? Two children, who were all tangled up in their reckoning of the days of the week, paused on their way to school to straighten matters out. "When the day after tomorrow is yesterday," said Priscilla, "then 'today' will be as far from Sunday as that day was which was 'today' when the day before yesterday was tomorrow!"
On which day of the week did this puzzling prattle occur?

Trincent  Feb 4, 2015
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Ummmm......that makes no sense.

happy7  Feb 4, 2015
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SUNDAY! they left on sunday!

Trincent  Feb 4, 2015
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OK..............

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Trincent  Feb 4, 2015
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Actually, happy7, the legend says the clean animals were brought in by sevens. It might be 7 pairs or it may be 7 animals such as one bull and six cows. This was long before the laws concerning clean and unclean were defined so how did Noah know?. God told him, maybe. No need to tell anyone else, they were all going to be dead.

That is the thing about legends: the nuisances are never clear.

You can bet there were a boat load of rats on that ship –well more than a pair. Rats are well noted for sneaking on to ships. The cats wouldn’t be far behind. Where there are cats, the dogs will be near – not to mention fleas for all. Good thing about the cats and dogs, most of us really like them.

Here’s a math-science question for you.

How many cubic kilometers of water are need to cover the earth to the height of mount Everest?

Part 2. How many cubic kilometers of water per second are required to do this in 40 days and nights?

Part 3. Is there enough water currently on earth to do this?

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All answers must be converted to imperial minums.  Seriously!

Melody  Feb 4, 2015
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Imperial minums seems like a good idea, but we don't want to overload him.

It could be a bouns question. :)

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?

Trincent  Feb 6, 2015
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