View Poll Results: If Chick contacts the AFLAC-Duck: What he's going to say?

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  • Let's meet in my limo at 4PM darlin'

    61 36.97%
  • Let me sleep on it first, Chicky

    13 7.88%
  • You? You low-class farmer chick... Scram!

    58 35.15%
  • Ha?..

    33 20.00%
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  1. #2681  
    we're bottom of the third division. but hopefully we've turned the corner now because they seem to be showing a bit more fight.
    The percent sign is / + alt key (0). You should try pressing alt after stuff because there are all sorts of symbols hidden away on the treo ć ü « ‡
    Animo et Fide
  2. #2682  
    In reply to your posting of lyrics Chick, have a look at these:
    Title: Exhuming McCarthy
    Writing credits: Berry/Buck/Mills/Stipe
    Lyrics:
    You're beautiful more beautiful than me
    You're honorable more honorable than me
    Loyal to the Bank of America

    It's a sign of the times
    It's a sign of the times

    You're sharpening stones, walking on coals
    To improve your business acumen.
    Sharpening stones, walking on coals,
    To improve your business acumen.

    Vested interest united ties, landed gentry rationalize
    Look who bought the myth, by jingo, buy America

    It's a sign of the times
    it's a sign of the times

    You're sharpening stones, walking on coals
    To improve your business acumen.
    Sharpening stones, walking on coals,
    To improve your business acumen.

    Enemy sighted, enemy met, I'm addressing the realpolitik
    Look who bought the myth, by jingo, buy America

    "Let us not assassinate this man further Senator,
    you've done enough. Have you no sense of decency, sir?
    At long last, have you left no sense of decency?"

    We're sharpening stones, walking on coals
    To improve your business acumen.
    Sharpening stones, walking on coals,
    To improve your business acumen.

    Enemy sighted, enemy met, I'm addressing the realpolitik
    You've seen start and you've seen quit
    (I'm addressing the table of content)
    I always thought of you as quick
    Exhuming McCarthy
    (Meet me at the book burning)
    Exhuming McCarthy
    (Meet me at the book burning)
    Animo et Fide
  3. #2683  
    I'd assume so. Stipe never says what his lyrics are about, but this one seems pretty clear.
    Animo et Fide
  4. #2684  
    42
    Animo et Fide
  5. #2685  
    Hey Chicken, that was too easy even for a brain in vacation mode...! But since most of you are not on vacation, I will not spoil the entertainment...
    “Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.” (Philip K. ****)
  6. #2686  
    42 is the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything. Surely it fits here?
    Animo et Fide
  7. #2687  
    Because the question is: what's six times nine?
    Animo et Fide
  8. #2688  
    I don't think you've read that book have you Chick? anyway, it works in base 13!
    Animo et Fide
  9. #2689  
    Here's a nice and practical question that fits my current situation:

    Imagine you are standing at the shore of the Mediterranean (any other sea of sufficient size will do). Your eyes wander over the glistening surface of the water while the soft white foam of the surf almost reaches your toes. You focus on the horizon, that distant line that separates the dark blue of the sea and the light blue of the sky above.... and the question that arises is: how far away is that horizon? One kilometer, 10, 100?

    Hint: Let's assume the level of the eyes is 2 meters above sea level.

    Pythagoras (sp. ?) was not only a great ancient Greek mathematician, in this case he is also very helpful.

    If I remember corretly, the diameter of Earth is about 12760 km, thanks in case somebody can look this up... I think the above is about right, and based on that I found the result quite surprising... have fun!
    “Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.” (Philip K. ****)
  10. #2690  
    is it 42?
    Animo et Fide
  11. #2691  
    Quote Originally Posted by clulup
    Here's a nice and practical question that fits my current situation:

    Imagine you are standing at the shore of the Mediterranean (any other sea of sufficient size will do). Your eyes wander over the glistening surface of the water while the soft white foam of the surf almost reaches your toes. You focus on the horizon, that distant line that separates the dark blue of the sea and the light blue of the sky above.... and the question that arises is: how far away is that horizon? One kilometer, 10, 100?

    Hint: Let's assume the level of the eyes is 2 meters above sea level.

    Pythagoras (sp. ?) was not only a great ancient Greek mathematician, in this case he is also very helpful.

    If I remember corretly, the diameter of Earth is about 12760 km, thanks in case somebody can look this up... I think the above is about right, and based on that I found the result quite surprising... have fun!
    1.17 times the square root of your height of eye = Distance to the horizon in nautical miles
    Well behaved women rarely make history
  12. #2692  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Did I mention I used to date Pythagoras?...
    Chick...it sounds like you didnt know. Pythagoras is gay.
    Well behaved women rarely make history
  13. #2693  
    Quote Originally Posted by clairegrrl
    Chick...it sounds like you didnt know. Pythagoras is gay.
    The Chick is always the last to know.

    And, Chick, you should read the book (or all 4 of the triology, actually).
  14. #2694  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Well, in the Jacuzzi Pythagoras didn't mention is gayness...
    He was probably using you as cover. Either that or you converted him. Which might be determined by the interest level of his fish....
  15. #2695  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Well, since Dr. Tulip is vacationing and his 55 PhD-advisors are on vacation too, I am (albeit reluctantly) submitting an easy math question this week.

    Figure out how many gold medals Norway, France, Italy, China, the United States, Germany, and Switzerland received.

    1. Norway has the same number of gold medals as France.
    2. Switzerland won three times as many gold medals as China.
    3. If China won six more gold medals, they would have won the same number of gold medals as Norway.
    4. The seven countries won a total of fifty-one gold medals.
    5. If France had won two more than three times the number of gold medals, they would have won twenty-two more gold medals than Italy.
    6. the United States won eleven more gold medals than one-half the number of gold medals won by Germany.
    IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE IGNORE
    "Do the Chickens have large talons?" Napoleon Dynamite
  16. #2696  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Did I mention I used to date Pythagoras?...
    I had pythagoras once and had to go to hospital. They were able to reduce the swelling but it still left me with a 12 inch fish.
    "Do the Chickens have large talons?" Napoleon Dynamite
  17. #2697  
    How can you possibly not love the Irish?
    >
    >"Personal ads" in the Dublin News.
    >
    >Heavy drinker, 35, Cork area. Seeks gorgeous s@x addict interested in a
    >man who loves his pints, cigarettes, Glasgow Celtic Football Club and
    >starting fights on Patrick Street at three o'clock in the morning.
    >
    >Bitter, disillusioned Dublin man, lately rejected by longtime fiancee,
    >seeks decent, honest, reliable woman, if such a thing still exists in
    >this cruel world of hatchetfaced b@^ches.
    >
    >Ginger haired Galway man, a troublemaker, gets sliteyed and sh##ty
    >after a few pints, seeks attractive, wealthy lady for bail purposes,
    >maybe more.
    >
    >Bad tempered, foulmouthed old b$stard, living in a damp cottage in the
    >arse end of Roscommon, seeks attractive 21 year old blonde lady, with a
    >lovely chest.
    >
    >Devilworshipper, Offaly area, seeks likeminded lady, for wining and
    >dining, good conversation, dancing, romantic walks, and slaughtering
    >cats in cemeteries at midnight under the flinty light of a pale moon.
    >
    >Limerick man, 27, medium build, brown hair, blue eyes, seeks alibi for
    >the night of February 27 between 8 PM and 11:30 PM.
    >
    >Optimistic Mayo man, 35, seeks a blonde 20 year old doublejointed
    >supermodel, who owns her own brewery, and has an openminded twin sister
    "Do the Chickens have large talons?" Napoleon Dynamite
  18. #2698  
    Stop showing off, ChickenNoodles: I was impressed since your first post and on....
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Tulip, regarding your question:
    it would depend on how tall you are. So let's assume that your eye is 6ft above the water. The horizon will be: 2.863 Nautical Miles, or 3.297 Statute Miles, or 5.306 Km.
    What's my prize?...........
    You don't stop laughing because you grow old. You grow old because you stop laughing.
    -Michael Pritchard
  19. #2699  
    Mike129: there are FIVE books in the trilogy, looks like you need to buy "Mostly Harmless".
    Animo et Fide
  20. #2700  
    Quote Originally Posted by PeterBrown
    Mike129: there are FIVE books in the trilogy, looks like you need to buy "Mostly Harmless".
    Uh ... sorry 'bout that!

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