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Discussion in 'General' started by westerhack, Jan 30, 2012.
Benjamin Button? Or Fred began walking backwords for 5 yers ? it is dr. who? magic?
BC, not BCE, but I'll accept that.
What is black when it starts, red when it's used, and white when you're finished with it?
Easy its Coal
Sorry but we're not uptight retards here. It's BC. As much as I dislike religion, it has already been accepted as a global standard. What is impressive about the sixth of may, 1978, at thirty four minutes past midnight?
It is 12:34 5/6/(19)78 yeah, but I use bce. Also, I posted that comment before urea loaded. Im on my ipjone
A detective was hiring new assistants. He had three candidates, and in order to choose he gave them a test. He said "In the local library there is a clue hidden between page 165 and 166, the first one to solve the clue gets the job".
Two of the candidates ran out the door, the third stayed in his seat.
The one who stayed got the job.
You use ipjone instead of Iphone too? BC=Before Christ BCE=wat
BCE = Before Common Era or Before Christian Era.
Few theories. They are all centered around this one question: we're the 2 people running to the library or were they running away from the detective because they thought he was crazy or something?
Of this certain book, were there not 166 pages?
Here's one(or more): a man is found lying dead in the middle of the floor. He was surrounded by 53 bicycles only. How did he die? Tip: it was a homicide.
Another one: The person who makes it sells it. The person who buys it didn't use it, and the person using it doesn't known they're using it.
P.S. I can't edit the forum header at the top. How do I if I can? I wanna instatute rules
Well in most cases pages 165 and 166 should be on the same sheet of paper. so that is my theory
Is this common knowledge?
Yes will someone help me? Read my last lpost
Click Edit under the post.
Just a hunch.
Seeing how most books start with page one and two on the the same sheet of paper, it kinda works out in this pattern.
1/2->3/4->5/6->7/8->9/10 and so on.
What about books with a dedication?
Generally the dedication has its own pages that are not marked like the book pages, and generally 1/2 starts on its own sheet anyways.
There are exceptions, but almost every book I have used have followed the same pattern.