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July 12, 2014, 12:12:11 AM
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"Stupid" questions are often asked by those unwilling to think for themselves, don't you agree?
Haven't you ever purposefully asked a stupid question only to force others to think for themselves?
Well, of course but now you've gone and let the cat out of the bag, haven't you?
Sorry, was it Schroedinger's cat?
I don't think so; more likely some cousin of The Cat In The Hat, don't you think?
Like, a Cat with a Hat in a Bag in a Box?
Something like that, maybe, eh?
What about a dog in a fog?
Or, rather, a hog in a bog?
Asleep on a log?
And sipping eggnog, why not?

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July 12, 2014, 12:17:10 AM
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"Stupid" questions are often asked by those unwilling to think for themselves, don't you agree?
Haven't you ever purposefully asked a stupid question only to force others to think for themselves?
Well, of course but now you've gone and let the cat out of the bag, haven't you?
Sorry, was it Schroedinger's cat?
I don't think so; more likely some cousin of The Cat In The Hat, don't you think?
Like, a Cat with a Hat in a Bag in a Box?
Something like that, maybe, eh?
What about a dog in a fog?
Or, rather, a hog in a bog?
Asleep on a log?
And sipping eggnog, why not?

But how can it be sipping eggnog, when it's clearly asleep on that log?

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July 12, 2014, 01:14:10 AM
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"Stupid" questions are often asked by those unwilling to think for themselves, don't you agree?
Haven't you ever purposefully asked a stupid question only to force others to think for themselves?
Well, of course but now you've gone and let the cat out of the bag, haven't you?
Sorry, was it Schroedinger's cat?
I don't think so; more likely some cousin of The Cat In The Hat, don't you think?
Like, a Cat with a Hat in a Bag in a Box?
Something like that, maybe, eh?
What about a dog in a fog?
Or, rather, a hog in a bog?
Asleep on a log?
And sipping eggnog, why not?
But how can it be sipping eggnog, when it's clearly asleep on that log?
Oops, did I ask a stupid question again?

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July 12, 2014, 01:17:47 AM
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"Stupid" questions are often asked by those unwilling to think for themselves, don't you agree?
Haven't you ever purposefully asked a stupid question only to force others to think for themselves?
Well, of course but now you've gone and let the cat out of the bag, haven't you?
Sorry, was it Schroedinger's cat?
I don't think so; more likely some cousin of The Cat In The Hat, don't you think?
Like, a Cat with a Hat in a Bag in a Box?
Something like that, maybe, eh?
What about a dog in a fog?
Or, rather, a hog in a bog?
Asleep on a log?
And sipping eggnog, why not?
But how can it be sipping eggnog, when it's clearly asleep on that log?
Oops, did I ask a stupid question again?

Banned for not knowing what the Hell you are writing about!

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July 12, 2014, 01:24:34 AM
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Oops, did I ask a stupid question again?
Banned for not knowing what the Hell you are writing about!
Is that a question?

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July 12, 2014, 01:32:30 AM
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Oops, did I ask a stupid question again?
Banned for not knowing what the Hell you are writing about!
Is that a question?

OOPS!; got my threads mixed up then didn't I?

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July 12, 2014, 02:08:09 AM
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Oops, did I ask a stupid question again?
Banned for not knowing what the Hell you are writing about!
Is that a question?

OOPS!; got my threads mixed up then didn't I?
Is LOL classified as a question?

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July 12, 2014, 02:16:48 AM
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Oops, did I ask a stupid question again?
Banned for not knowing what the Hell you are writing about!
Is that a question?

OOPS!; got my threads mixed up then didn't I?
Is LOL classified as a question?

Could be, couldn't it?

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July 12, 2014, 10:37:15 AM
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I think I can't. Can you?

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July 12, 2014, 11:06:06 AM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?

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July 12, 2014, 11:52:31 AM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?


Worked on a website until distraction set in, had a few adult beverages and became lost but now I am apparently found, am I not?

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July 12, 2014, 01:18:24 PM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?


Worked on a website until distraction set in, had a few adult beverages and became lost but now I am apparently found, am I not?

it's because you got sober, should you freshen up with a couple of beers?
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July 12, 2014, 01:27:06 PM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?


Worked on a website until distraction set in, had a few adult beverages and became lost but now I am apparently found, am I not?

it's because you got sober, should you freshen up with a couple of beers?

I don't hink so; I doubt that would really be good for me, do you think?

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July 12, 2014, 01:30:04 PM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?


Worked on a website until distraction set in, had a few adult beverages and became lost but now I am apparently found, am I not?

it's because you got sober, should you freshen up with a couple of beers?

I don't hink so; I doubt that would really be good for me, do you think?

since you don't hink so, I think you'd need to sober up, how about a coffee? Cheesy
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July 12, 2014, 01:30:37 PM
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What is a question?

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July 12, 2014, 01:31:05 PM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?


Worked on a website until distraction set in, had a few adult beverages and became lost but now I am apparently found, am I not?

it's because you got sober, should you freshen up with a couple of beers?

I don't hink so; I doubt that would really be good for me, do you think?

since you don't hink so, I think you'd need to sober up, how about a coffee? Cheesy

Tried some of that already and now I think I need to lie down for a bit; what say you?

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July 12, 2014, 01:32:35 PM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?
Worked on a website until distraction set in, had a few adult beverages and became lost but now I am apparently found, am I not?
it's because you got sober, should you freshen up with a couple of beers?
I don't hink so; I doubt that would really be good for me, do you think?
Did I tell you that once, while only slightly drunk, I posted to the Brazilian Computer Society forum a call for the dismantling or the Brazilian Computer Society; and that, to this day, I am only slightly ashamed of it?

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July 12, 2014, 01:36:37 PM
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I think I can't. Can you?
Did you get lost?
Worked on a website until distraction set in, had a few adult beverages and became lost but now I am apparently found, am I not?
it's because you got sober, should you freshen up with a couple of beers?
I don't hink so; I doubt that would really be good for me, do you think?
Did I tell you that once, while only slightly drunk, I posted to the Brazilian Computer Society forum a call for the dismantling or the Brazilian Computer Society; and that, to this day, I am only slightly ashamed of it?

why is that a question, how are we supposed to know if you're slightly ashamed of it?
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July 12, 2014, 01:39:38 PM
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Should I end this delightful little chain of unanswered questions with a full-stop?
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July 12, 2014, 01:45:33 PM
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Should I end this delightful little chain of unanswered questions with a full-stop?
Why would you do that you party popper?


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