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The C
Level 1: 10 points
Alltime Score: 974 points
Last Logged In: November 13th, 2007


25 + 110 points

Counting by The C

March 9th, 2007 2:52 PM

INSTRUCTIONS: Count or measure something that has never been counted or measured before. How many CDs can you label with one sharpie? How long does it take for all the ketchup to run out of the bottle? How many times does a trafic light change in an hour? How many licks does it taket to get to the center of a tootsie pop?

What do you wonder about? Find out and let us know.

Browsing SF0, my stomach began to growl. Looking around, I found nothing to eat, only technology. The thought struck, how much technology can you fit into food? Simplifying this: How many CDs can you fit between bread crust.

The answer is, of course, 46

- smaller

Bread

Bread

The piece of bread as I got it


Crust

Crust

The bread after I "Prepared" it for the task.


CD and crust

CD and crust


CDs in crust

CDs in crust

I began the task


Full

Full

I thought I may be complete...


Completely full

Completely full

And I was!



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posted by Hey-Look-It's Caleb! on November 7th, 2007 9:31 AM

You amuse me. :)

Am I saying that right? Is that the correct terminology? A "Bread-Hole"? ~Waldo +1
posted by Waldo Cheerio on February 27th, 2009 5:09 AM

Points were definitely easier to come by before the Øconomy tanked. Here I am criticizing Light Beer for not really being a book when you used to get 85 points and a fleur (out of 30 submissions) for measuring a bread-hole in CD thicknesses?

Help me out here, what is going on? (Honestly, it is 5AM and I am being kept awake by a sore throat until the meds kick in again, I really am willing to believe I am missing something.)

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posted by Lincøln on March 2nd, 2009 7:19 PM

I'd say the general difficulty level of tasks has increased. Nevermind the øconomy. There were some really easy tasks back in the early days.