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Ummm...Category: (general)
Wednesday, 23 May 2007
05:08:03 PM (GMT)
This is incredibly random, so be prepared:

Philosophical question: 
An average person has never heard of the concept of anything rolling: no balls, no
gears, no wheels, nothing.

One day, he is standing atop a hill with a large, fairly round boulder next to him.
With one shove, he could start it rolling. 
A deep trench encircles the hill. With spikes on the bottom. He cannot jump over the
trench, and if he stays on the hill he is in danger of starvation. 
However, if he sends the boulder rolling down the hill, it will land and fit neatly
in the trench, crushing the spikes beneath and providing a bridge that the average-
primitive person could walk over.
Do you think it would occur to him to set the boulder rolling and thus save his life?

dreamflame says:   23 May 2007   142523  
you're killing my brain
kind of like Mr. Chase
but I still like stuff like this
carrotsoup says:   23 May 2007   131728  
The other one is more entertaining.
kiwily says:   23 May 2007   878943  
where is the boulder...???

wht doesnt he just stand up..??!?!?!?!
carrotsoup says:   24 May 2007   237957  
What do you mean, why doesn't he just stand up? He's already
Wolven_Dancer says:   24 May 2007   871285  
Well, he probably won't think of it, but maybe he'll hit the boulder
hard 'cause he's mad, and then it will roll. ^^

Of course, he'll spaz out and marvel at his discovery, then go across
the bridge.
The_Great_Disaster says:   17 June 2007   636287  
ya!!! I agree with Lindsay!!!!!
The_Great_Disaster says :   17 June 2007   328991  
Mr. Chase is retiring this year ;____;
sooooooo SAD!!!! *sobs uncontrollably*


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