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Gary Teter wrote:
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Gary Teter wrote:
What’s it like to sit in a Ferrari?

Oh! I know this one! I used to know a doctor's son in high school.

Just like any other car, unfortunately.

for no particular reason, a friend would like to know, what’s it like to sit In a stolen Ferrari?

I wouldn't know.


Gary Teter wrote:
Is the complexity of a bird’s song proportional to its average distance from its neighbors?

Irrelevant. Any given tweet is limited to 140 characters or less.

(Or however many it is. I’m not gonna look it up.)

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Why do shrimp curl up when you cook them?

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How many bytes are in an inverse femtobarn?

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Can you make a good living writing Harry Potter fan fiction?

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Did it really only take nine people to make a Bugs Bunny cartoon in 1951?

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Gary Teter wrote:
Can you make a good living writing Harry Potter fan fiction?

Rowling seems to be coasting on it now

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Do I really want to know how they get boneless chicken wings?

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Why does my insta pot use so little water to steam things?

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Gary Teter wrote:
Do I really want to know how they get boneless chicken wings?

From the Chicken Ooze farms.

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Do we gain and lose fat cells, or do they just inflate and deflate?


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Gary Teter wrote:
Do we gain and lose fat cells, or do they just inflate and deflate?

{narrated in reserved, BBC English tones:} When you're born, your fat cells are quantum entangled with another human who was born at the same time. When you lose fat cells, they are shunted off via quantum tunneling to the other person. Likewise, when they rid themselves of fat cells, the tendency is for you to receive them. This is why it is so hard to lose fat and keep it off.

This "fatty action at a distance" entanglement only ends when one of you dies. {drops a knife} Good hunting.


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Rysky wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Do I really want to know how they get boneless chicken wings?
From the Chicken Ooze farms.

Can a Bestiary critter have a negative Intelligence score? Not a mindless "-" score, but an actual negative number. Because oozes are mindless, and chickens are even dumber, so combining the two...

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How do you make dill pickles without vinegar?

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Is it OK to use this room temperature superconductor for speaker cable?

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What’s the best way to steal all the money in the world?


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A magnetic duck.

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What are you doing on October 9?


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Gary Teter wrote:
What are you doing on October 9?

Enjoying my day off.


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Gary Teter wrote:
What are you doing on October 9?

Magnetizing ducks.


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Gary Teter wrote:
What are you doing on October 9?

It is my first gig as 'Styxter', the Gary Teter and 'Styx' Tribute Experience.

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What percentage of the total global money supply can you steal before you overwhelm the world’s economic system and render your theft worthless?

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If you pack your beans at a higher elevation, will the bag stay taut?


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Gary Teter wrote:
What are you doing on October 9?

Watching a mannequin fight club.

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Gary Teter wrote:
What are you doing on October 9?

The final session of my NWN run of Race for the Runecarved Key.

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Are you sure a human asked this question?

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Wait, why am I not rich in this timeline again?

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Did I like miss an email or something?

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What’s the fastest thing I can make with an Insta Pot, six cups of rice, eight carrots, one 2-by-6-foot rhubarb leaf, an egg (presumed avian, but can you ever really be sure?), some other eggs (these look either more lizardfish or spider, to be honest, also there are sixteen thousand of them), three kinds of cheese (mostly cow, shredded), four quarts of bioluminescent algae, [redacted] and this macguffin, as a percentage of the speed of light in this inertial frame?


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A fire.


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Gary Teter wrote:
What’s the fastest thing I can make with an Insta Pot, six cups of rice, eight carrots, one 2-by-6-foot rhubarb leaf, an egg (presumed avian, but can you ever really be sure?), some other eggs (these look either more lizardfish or spider, to be honest, also there are sixteen thousand of them), three kinds of cheese (mostly cow, shredded), four quarts of bioluminescent algae, [redacted] and this macguffin, as a percentage of the speed of light in this inertial frame?

A pie.

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How many car models on the market today are there that can reach 150 mph?

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Gary Teter wrote:
How many car models on the market today are there that can reach 150 mph?

Well, if the cliff, mountainside, or cargo helicopter/aircraft is high enough, all cars can reach 122mph at least once. To go faster, you could install ACME® (#1 With Coyotes!™) solid fuel or liquid propellant rockets.

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What if you knew, for sure, that I could read your mind?


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Gary Teter wrote:
What if you knew, for sure, that I could read your mind?

I just assumed you already were.


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Richard "Hamster" Hammond wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
How many car models on the market today are there that can reach 150 mph?
Well, if the cliff, mountainside, or cargo helicopter/aircraft is high enough, all cars can reach 122mph at least once. To go faster, you could install ACME® (#1 With Coyotes!™) solid fuel or liquid propellant rockets.

Immediately places order for a thousand units.

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Which movies are best only when watched twice?

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What happens when you start using machine learning to generate all your regex?


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Gary Teter wrote:
What if you knew, for sure, that I could read your mind?

Oh, you poor, poor thing. I'm so sorry.

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Are these bubbling hairs contagious?

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Did the Braunschweiger betray me?


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Gary Teter wrote:
What if you knew, for sure, that I could read your mind?

Well, when all you can sense is a blank void, would you then doubt that you could still reads? Checkmate.


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Gary Teter wrote:
Did the Braunschweiger betray me?

Du zhould alwayz expect treachery von zie braunschweiger. Ezpecially vhen du vould least expect it.


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Honestly, I’d be more surprised if it didn’t betray you.


Remembering your... affinity with bots that write thugs, I was curious if you’d run across this all-too-short-but-hilarious thread, yet.

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How do you deliver a message that should only be read once, and only by the intended recipient?

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How do I do that a million times?

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How do I do that a hundred billion times?


All answers are the same, weirdly: fire.


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Gary Teter wrote:
How do you deliver a message that should only be read once, and only by the intended recipient?

Write it on an arrow.

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