Two questions to join the DENSA society:
What is the difference between a duck?
How far is it between the bus a Chicago?
(Secret key) Don't take these questions at face value. For example, I said 'Tuesday' for the first answer and I was on my way into this imaginary group.
42 to both of them
42 is the answer to everything.
Q : "What's the differnce between a duck?"
A : "One of it's legs is both the same."
Q : "How far is it between the bus a Chicago?"
A : "Two pints of beer and a packet of crisps."
Mark - "42" is also the answer to the world, the universe as well as everything.
They've let me out for the evening.
First answer: there isn't. You have to be really fick to think otherwise.
Second answer: That would depend on whether the bus is running to time or not.
My answer is 'no.' To both. Except on meeting days and alternate Saturdays. Then I'd have to think about it.
I agree with Mark. If Google says so, it must be true:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en& … o+life%2C+
The answers are yet to be discovered. So NO ANSWERS to both.
You said you "got NO answers" and yet you were able to join the group.
I can't believe it !!! You all passed with flying colors.
Welcome to the DENSA society. You have to make your own badges but wear them with pride.
Good job, my friends.
What's the differece between a duck? That question was asked forty years ago when I was in high school. Maybe technology has changed which allowed scientists to delve deeper into the question but at the time the answer was
a telephone poll, a dog has four legs
With the advences it may now be a cell phone tower, a dog has four legs, I don't know.
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