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    Brunswick Community College
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    I like to solve codes, and work in crytology.

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  1. Pre4edgc


    Wanna hear the funniest thing? I just saw a commercial for it, maybe 5 minutes ago, and basically, it said this: "Watch the best hit of the summer where comedian Ben Stein goes back to school... and gets expelled!" and then pushes you to get the DVD. Honestly, that is probably the best ploy to get people to watch it, or at least look at the DVD cover. They don't say ANYTHING about the movie in the commercial; they just spout off something to get people to buy it without thinking, or thinking about buying it or something.
  2. Well, I had a similar problem in my first semester of Biology. Our teacher hadn't shown up for about half of the time we've been taking the class, we didn't have hardly any labs, and when we got a test, she got it from a website from a different book than we were studying from. The only reason we passed was because she actually didn't have many grades in the grade book. Now just about everyone is avoiding taking her specific class. I guess it didn't help that she was actually a chemistry teacher.
  3. Why have you not told us about your pet llama yet? I would like a ride when you're done.
  4. This may seem completely random, but my roommate and I were having an argument about whether or not there is a set of parabolas that, when paired together, a circle tangent to both of them could be a unit circle. He's positive that it's possible, but I'm not convinced, knowing that parabolas increase at different rates at different times, and a unit circle, being a constant shape and having a constant diameter, could not effectively be placed in between them for infinity. Any ideas? (And if you need clarifications, just ask. It seems a bit confusing, and I'm not in the state of mind right now to fix it.. Sorry! )
  5. Um... I was actually going for [hide]the newspaper is under a door, and the boy and girl are standing on either side[/hide] but I guess those work too. Ok! Your turn!!
  6. True, true... I just went with the traditional answer. I guess I have the responsibility of posting a new one... Hrm... A boy and a girl are standing on the same sheet of newspaper, yet they cannot kiss. Why?
  7. Ok. Thanks a lot. I really appreciate it.
  8. I'm sorry if I sound ignorant, but I know very little about vectors... Could you please explain just a bit more?
  9. Currently, I am working on a homework assignment involving an iguana and the acceleration of it's tongue to catch prey. For some reason, though, my teacher did not go over some parts of it, and neither does the book, and I cannot find the definition for "the magnitude of acceleration". I know of course that acceleration is V/s, but fail to see exactly what "the magnitude" means. Can you please help? Please and thank you.
  10. What's the smallest amount of pieces you've used for Mission to Mars? I got 10 (including the pink piece.) EDIT: Two pieces! (not including the pink piece) http://FantasticContraption.com/?designId=289408
  11. Really? What does yours look like?
  12. http://FantasticContraption.com/?designId=243113 This is my solution to Unpossible. It took me DAYS to get this right. But I'm proud of it.
  13. I had a nice design for the Mission to Mars level. Sorta like a catapult! It was an unexpected result, to be honest, but worked just as well. http://FantasticContraption.com/?designId=197004
  14. Mine usually involves one man and two villages. But the concept is the same for them all, right?
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