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1) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 61024)
Posted 3253 days ago by Profile rednaz23
I know a guy who did that where I work but he got caught by management. Now he's the office... ummm... dog of a feminine variety...
2) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 60167)
Posted 3281 days ago by Profile rednaz23
Glad this picture was taken from this side and not the other...
3) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59867)
Posted 3290 days ago by Profile rednaz23
If we toot every time someone gets an additional 200 points, there would be almost as much gas and hot air as working with Brinktastee... but not quite...

That's right Brook, I went there.
4) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59760)
Posted 3295 days ago by Profile rednaz23
Question found in the newspaper:

Dear Editor,

I have two brothers, one works at Microsoft, the other was sentenced to death in the gas chamber.

My mother died of insanity when I was three years old, my two sisters are prostitutes and my father sells drugs.

Recently, I met a girl who was released from a reformatory where she served time for smothering her illegitimate child to death.

I love this girl very much and want to marry her.

My problem is this: Shall I tell her about my brother who works at Microsoft?

Sincerely,

Larry
5) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59487)
Posted 3304 days ago by Profile rednaz23
I knew that one! Well done Iain, you beat me to the punch!

I have a simple one... What does this represent?

"1, 7, 7, 9, 5, 20, 8, 5, 16, 5, 23!"




8-)
6) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59444)
Posted 3305 days ago by Profile rednaz23
"Composite numbers where none of the factors are a(n) integer of the number"

;-)

Anyone else have something?
7) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59394)
Posted 3305 days ago by Profile rednaz23
Doug got it. Anyone else figure it out???
8) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59348)
Posted 3308 days ago by Profile rednaz23
Well done! Those are the next 3 lowest numbers to meet this rule!

Can anyone else do the next number(s)?

8-?

#23 was my favorite number too. When I first created an e-mail account (in the early 90's) I choose rednaz23 as my username (rednaz is the name of our family farm business - long story) and 23 was chosen because Michael Jordan was at the top of his game... sadly, so was I. I still use the same username for most things to this day!
9) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59335)
Posted 3308 days ago by Profile rednaz23
The sequence is not cyclical.

Here are the 20 smallest parts that meet the rule. This might spark a "what the..." moment when you look for numbers in the 100-199 range:

27, 34, 38, 46, 49, 54, 56, 57, 58, 68, 69, 74, 76, 78, 86, 87, 94, 98, and then 203, 207...

Again, here is the rules with the two key words missing:

"Composite numbers where none of the _____ are a(n) ______ of the number"

Anyone thoroughly confused yet!?
10) Message boards : Aggie The Pew message board (Message 59309)
Posted 3309 days ago by Profile rednaz23
Well, either way. If you know the two words you'll know the 3 numbers and if you know the 3 numbers you'll know the two words! :-) Stating the next 3 numbers won't give it away, but posting the two words would... so if you don't want to spoil the fun for others I suggest posting the numbers. ;-)


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