Posted: 10/22/2002 10:59:51 PM EST
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It's 12 midnight where i am


http://www.thereligionofpeace.com

Spanking it at the we hours!


Reban markm

INSOMNIA.
[i]why are you?[/i]



I'm watching the Equipment Exchange. I want to be the first to respond when someone wants to sell their new in the box with all the papers and a lense pen ACOG for $300.



Checking the boards after slaughtering monsters on Evercrack for a few hours.



3am here, and I'm doing laundry. Exciting, huh?
Gloftoe


Texas 
Bigger than France. There are no 'time outs' in a gun fight. Fix it or die. 
Just got off from working swing shift.


"I'd rather carry and not need it, than need it and not have it."

what else can you do at the 3A.M.
Have fun and not scare the sheep.
WTF?



Its 4:10AM and I'm at work???



3PM to 3AM shift at the Emergency Room. Just got in  seeing what's been happening.



Waiting.



Damn near 4 AM here.....I dunno why I'm still awake...but since I'm awake, I'll browse through and comment on silly/useless/entertaining stuff.



Just got off the swing shift myself!..kinda hungry, croooooz the board and go to sleep


No one can really ever be free until Nerd Persecution ends!...

I am taking a break from doing Math.
I am investigating a family of number sequences which have the following two rules:
if a number is odd, the next number is one less than it
if a number is even, the next number is half of it.
For example {106,53,52,26,13,12,6,3,2,1,0}
{102,51,50,25,24,12,6,3,2,1,0}
{10,5,4,2,1,0}
are 3 such sequences that obey the above two rules.
Since there are an infinite number of numbers, there are an infinite number of sequences.



Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:
I am taking a break from doing Math.
I am investigating a family of number sequences which have the following two rules:
if a number is odd, the next number is one less than it
if a number is even, the next number is half of it.
For example {106,53,52,26,13,12,6,3,2,1,0}
{102,51,50,25,24,12,6,3,2,1,0}
{10,5,4,2,1,0}
are 3 such sequences that obey the above two rules.
Since there are an infinite number of numbers, there are an infinite number of sequences.
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I work Midnights and nothing like cruising the board and making time and a half.


Six
"Why is 86.99 Ok but 87 is banned" 
becouse im running of a caffiene and nicotine buzz.



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