1.  07/28/2010, 03:56 PM First question: Do Giraffes and Humans have the same amount of vertabrates? Yes or No? Last edited by rush; 07/28/2010 at 04:17 PM.
2.  07/28/2010, 03:58 PM Yes, and the question should be: Do Humans and Giraffe have the same amount of vertebrate in their neck? Or if the two answers are True or False: True or False, Humans and Giraffe have the same amount of vertebrate in their neck.
3.  07/28/2010, 03:59 PM Originally Posted by alex.dobeck Yes, and the question should be: Do Humans and Giraffe have the same amount of vertebrate in their neck? Umm, wouldn't it be Giraffes? The Law of Logical Argument: Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.
4.  07/28/2010, 04:05 PM This thread has jumped off a cliff. Sprint|Samsung Epic
5.  07/28/2010, 04:05 PM How many vertebrae are there in Giraffes Last edited by rush; 07/28/2010 at 04:39 PM.
6.  07/28/2010, 04:06 PM That'll teach me to copy and paste (You should consider asking trivia questions which would be difficult to Google.) Originally Posted by rush How many vertebrate are there in Giraffes Vertebrae Last edited by alex.dobeck; 07/28/2010 at 04:10 PM. Reason: sorry
7.  07/28/2010, 04:09 PM Oh boy. This thread's already making me nervous, lol.
8.  07/28/2010, 04:11 PM You seem very Educated... You should answer these question(s) without google's help.
9.  07/28/2010, 04:15 PM I think it's the same number because I seem to recall something like that from when I was a kid. And no, I don't remember what the number was. (there - I managed that without Google, but it was painful!) The Law of Logical Argument: Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.
10.  07/28/2010, 04:15 PM Originally Posted by rush First question: Do Giraffes and Humans have the same amount of vertabrates? Yes or No? Originally Posted by alex.dobeck Yes, and the question should be: Do Humans and Giraffe have the same amount of vertebrate in their neck? Or if the two answers are True or False: True or False, Humans and Giraffe have the same amount of vertebrate in their neck. @alex I think it was a trick question, and he is asking if one human has the same number of vertebrae as more than one giraffe. I also think its a double trick because that thing sticking up from the giraffe isn't it's neck... Whew, this thread is exhausting.
11.  07/28/2010, 04:15 PM Well I'm just saying... But if the first was true than 7 I would imagine.
12.  07/28/2010, 04:20 PM Second question: Is it colder in the winter, or in the mountains?
13.  07/28/2010, 04:20 PM Originally Posted by Workerb33 I think it was a trick question, and he is asking if one human has the same number of vertebrae as more than one giraffe. I also think its a double trick because that thing sticking up from the giraffe isn't it's neck... Whew, this thread is exhausting. Well if you want to get technical what he said is closest to 'how many vertebrates do they have' so the question doesn't make sense, unless he's asking have as in give birth to, then it'd depend on if giraffes can give birth to multiple young at the same time.
14.  07/28/2010, 04:22 PM Originally Posted by alex.dobeck Well if you want to get technical what he said is closest to 'how many vertebrates do they have' so the question doesn't make sense, unless he's asking have as in give birth to, then it'd depend on if giraffes can give birth to multiple young at the same time. Wow, you are VERY good at this game!
15.  07/28/2010, 04:23 PM Originally Posted by Workerb33 Second question: Is it colder in the winter, or in the mountains? Depends on winters where? Winters in Yakutsk (non-mountainous) are the coldest in the world *The first 7 posts had me laughing*
16.  07/28/2010, 04:30 PM Originally Posted by alex.dobeck: I knew you google that answer.. Lol
17.  07/28/2010, 04:32 PM Originally Posted by rush Originally Posted by alex.dobeck: I knew you google that answer.. Lol I'm appalled at your accusation! I only use Yahoo. Also no.
18.  07/28/2010, 04:38 PM So whats the rules here? Come on OP, lets have them. The Law of Logical Argument: Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.
19.  07/28/2010, 04:46 PM Next Question: Which phone does multitasking Elegantly?
20.  07/28/2010, 04:50 PM THE RULES ARE ANYONE CAN COME UP WITH HIS OR HER QUESTION(S) Correct answer get a thanks from the person asking the question.
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