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SkepticJ
2007-Jul-31, 05:12 PM

What time is it at the North Pole?

toejam
2007-Jul-31, 06:20 PM
Half past Tuesday.

But what is the difference between Piccadilly & Friday?

Eric Vaxxine
2007-Aug-01, 09:14 PM
A roasted chicken.

How far is 30 minutes by car?

afterburner
2007-Aug-01, 10:20 PM
Oh, it about 9.72232947 × 10^-13 Parsecs.

Why did the astronauts box on the moon?

mr obvious
2007-Aug-02, 12:09 AM
Because they ran out of bags.

Which is faster, blue or yellow?

afterburner
2007-Aug-02, 01:59 AM
Yellow, since almost everyone has that color. Most people would have to go buy a blue hi-liter. Yellow is definitely faster.

How big is imaginary space compared to real space?

toejam
2007-Aug-03, 08:42 PM
Endlessly bigger.

Why are we?

SkepticJ
2007-Aug-03, 10:23 PM
We thought once, and that was once too many for we to not be.

If a sphere contains the most volume for the least surface area, what shape has the greatest surface area for the least volume?

afterburner
2007-Aug-04, 03:21 AM
If there were a universe with a shadow, and the shadow would say: "I am the shadow of a shape that has the greatest surface area for the least volume", instead of: "I am the shadow of a shape that has the most volume for the least surface area".

Why are crows black, and swans white?

toejam
2007-Aug-04, 08:34 PM
Because they both have a twisted helix or two.

Why do crows fly to the woods at night?

mr obvious
2007-Aug-05, 02:01 AM
Because roosting in mid-air is too energy consuming.

What percentage of a crow's daily caloric intake is from human garbage?

afterburner
2007-Aug-05, 05:34 PM
If you consider all of the crows that have tried human garbage at least once, from the time that both crows and humans were evolved, specifically from the time that the first incident of a crow eating human garbage had taken place, then if you add up all of the calories that were taken in by those crows and compare that to the calories taken in JUST from human garbage, I'd say that the percentage would be no more than 1%.

Does honey know its sweet?

toejam
2007-Aug-05, 08:22 PM
Only if "it" is a woman.

Why does it rain cats & dogs?

Eric Vaxxine
2007-Aug-06, 12:18 AM
Because Datsun Cogs raining down is almost unbelievable.

Why can't I have my cake and eat it?

afterburner
2007-Aug-11, 02:29 AM
Because if you eat it, you will no longer have it, but since you neither have it nor not have it, you might as well neither eat it nor not eat it!

Why is everything always round?

Echard
2007-Aug-11, 04:03 AM
Because everything eats at McDonald's too often.

Why can't frogs fly?

ABR.
2007-Aug-11, 03:47 PM
Because frogs aren't allowed in carry-on luggage and they refuse to fly cargo.

What is the penalty for breaking Murphy's Law?

mr obvious
2007-Aug-11, 08:17 PM
You must start shaving with Occam's Razor.

what musical key was the Big Bang?

Eric Vaxxine
2007-Aug-12, 04:45 AM
errr...geeee
A sharp? No one needs to B flat.

What's Boeing to do when the oil runs out?

toejam
2007-Aug-13, 09:43 PM
re... cycle.

When is a cow not a cow?

ABR.
2007-Aug-13, 11:05 PM
When she turns out to be a miss steak.

Why isn't there a loom application under thread tools?

Eric Vaxxine
2007-Aug-13, 11:27 PM
Because most people wouldn't cotton on.

Would NASA look for life on Mars if they believed
there was no life on Mars?

mr obvious
2007-Aug-14, 12:51 AM
They should, because all the life on Europa would run and hide on Mars, knowing that NASA didn't think there was life on Mars.

If we find ET life, should we try to eat it at some point?

ABR.
2007-Aug-17, 04:19 AM
You can, but Entertainment Tonight doesn't look too appetizing to me, thanks.

I've heard that Chemistry is merely applied Physics and love is blind, but do we really know what Arctic Circle puts in the fry sauce?

toejam
2007-Aug-17, 07:13 PM
Walrus blubber or perhaps musk-ox musk. It has a lot of latitude.

When is a door not a door?

mr obvious
2007-Aug-17, 10:37 PM
When you use it as a surfboard.

What do sheep count to get to sleep?

Sarawak
2010-Jun-12, 11:04 PM
Other sheep - there are usually a whole bunch right in front of them.

What is the median number of sheep that need to be counted before one falls asleep?