The Ask Mickeko Thread!

Sunday, April 5, 2009 by mickeko | Discussion: WinCustomize Talk

Ask me anything, I answer all questions (*).

You may get a stupid answer, an incorrect answer, or maybe even the RIGHT answer... Who knows...

Any answer given that is true and correct (as far as I know or in my opinion where applicable) will be marked with a  .

 

(*) - Exceptions: Personal questions or any other questions I don't feel like answering may not be answered. Being polite might help in these cases...

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sydneysiders
Reply #121 Saturday, April 18, 2009 9:03 PM

why is he called the Lone Ranger......when he always has Tonto with him?

sydneysiders
Reply #122 Saturday, April 18, 2009 9:06 PM

If you were to get drunk in a country where the drinking limit is under 21 and went to the states and were still over the limit, could they arrest you for underage drinking even though you did not do the drinking in the states?

 

sydneysiders
Reply #123 Saturday, April 18, 2009 9:14 PM

Did Noah have woodpeckers on the Ark?....and if so...where did he keep them...?

 

 

Are children who act in "R" rated movies allowed to see them?

 

I'm bored, where's the questions

there you go....that should keep you busy for awhile....

mickeko
Reply #124 Sunday, April 19, 2009 3:33 AM

red or blue?

No.

Wizard1956
Geese fly in a "V" formation.

Why is one side always longer than the other side?

It's just the regular traffic jam.

sydneysiders
at a movie theatre...which arm rest is yours?

None of them, they all belong to the theatre.

sydneysiders
If you dug a hole through the centre of the Earth...and jumped in....would you stay in the centre because of the gravity?

Nope. The man eating grey klungbrook would eat you long before you reach the centre.

sydneysiders
since bread is square...why is sandwich meat round?

It looks more appealing on the bread that way.

sydneysiders
why is he called the Lone Ranger......when he always has Tonto with him?

"The Lone Ranger had nobody to talk to if he was a lone ranger," Striker says. "So it was suggested they create a sidekick for TLR. Script 11 introduced Tonto. And [he] was developed solely for the purpose of giving the Lone Ranger someone to talk to."

There you have it.

sydneysiders
If you were to get drunk in a country where the drinking limit is under 21 and went to the states and were still over the limit, could they arrest you for underage drinking even though you did not do the drinking in the states?

 

No they can't, unless it's illegal for a minor to actually be drunk. Ofcourse, if they take the car home from the airport, they can obviously be charged for drunk driving. 

sydneysiders
Did Noah have woodpeckers on the Ark?....and if so...where did he keep them...?

 

 

Are children who act in "R" rated movies allowed to see them?

 


I'm bored, where's the questions
there you go....that should keep you busy for awhile....

Bird cages tend to be efficient... And anything is possible in fiction anyway, so it's quite a moot questions.

As for the children, I assume it's the same thing as for any child. Their parents set the terms on whether they see a movie or not, not the rating.

Wizard1956
Reply #125 Sunday, April 19, 2009 6:27 AM

Geese fly in a "V" formation.

Why is one side always longer than the other side?
Close,but no cigar.

The correct answer is: Because there are more geese on that side.

mickeko
Reply #126 Sunday, April 19, 2009 7:03 AM

Wizard1956

Geese fly in a "V" formation.

Why is one side always longer than the other side? Close,but no cigar.
The correct answer is: Because there are more geese on that side.

Wisdom of the day: One answer does not have to exclude another.

DrJBHL
Reply #127 Sunday, April 19, 2009 7:29 AM

sydneysiders
If you dug a hole through the centre of the Earth...and jumped in....would you stay in the centre because of the gravity?

Only at the end of the oscillations (a decaying sine wave function) of conversion of potential energy (max at the crust) to kinetic energy (max at the center) and then travel to to opposite crust (kinetic to potential). If there were no friction, this would represent a perpetual motion pendulum...but there's always some guy eating something to interfere.

sydneysiders
since bread is square...why is sandwich meat round?

That's how it's extruded.

sydneysiders
why is he called the Lone Ranger......when he always has Tonto with him?

He's the Lone Ranger because all the rest of his Company were killed in an ambush. Tonto (his childhood buddy) saved him, taught him Indian ways and invented the silver bullets (more accurate).

sydneysiders
If you were to get drunk in a country where the drinking limit is under 21 and went to the states and were still over the limit, could they arrest you for underage drinking even though you did not do the drinking in the states? 

No, they couldn't: Jurisdiction. If however you decided to drive, or cause a commotion...that'd be a different story as those violations occured in that Jurisdiction.

Did Noah have woodpeckers on the Ark?....and if so...where did he keep them...?

Yep...and that's how the flood ended: They pecked holes in the Ark, water flooded in and it came to rest on Mount Ararat. As the water rose (inside) it dropped (outside) and when the Ark filled, the people, animals exited.

Alternatively, the Ark sank and everything died, and the Cylons win.

Alternatively...No: He had the real peckers.

 

Doc has a question for Mickeko: "What was the best thing before sliced bread?"

 

mickeko
Reply #128 Sunday, April 19, 2009 9:03 AM

DrJBHL

Doc has a question for Mickeko: "What was the best thing before sliced bread?"
 

I would think it was the knife that eventually sliced the first bread into slices. The best thing couldn't be there without it.

sydneysiders
Reply #129 Sunday, April 19, 2009 9:13 AM

How fast do hotcakes sell?

DrJBHL
Reply #130 Sunday, April 19, 2009 9:14 AM

Suicide bombers. What makes them tick?

sydneysiders
Reply #131 Sunday, April 19, 2009 9:17 AM

Why do people constantly return to the refridgerator in the hope that something new to eat will have materialised?

 

 

If you put a chameleon in a room full of mirrors.....what colour would it turn?

sydneysiders
Reply #132 Sunday, April 19, 2009 9:19 AM

Are children who use sign language allowed to talk with their mouth full?

mickeko
Reply #133 Sunday, April 19, 2009 9:38 AM

sydneysiders
How fast do hotcakes sell?

Do you LIKE hotcake?

DrJBHL
Suicide bombers. What makes them tick?

No tick, no bomb. No bomb, no suicidebomber. No suicide bomber, No tick.

All of the sudden some easily manipulated miserable bloke pops up and spoils a perfect catch 22...

But really, anyone can be pushed over the edge of their own morale in bad enough circumstances.

(There's another answer, but I don't want to turn too political here...)

sydneysiders
Why do people constantly return to the refridgerator in the hope that something new to eat will have materialised?

Well, if you wait long enough something *will* materialise in there. Not very many would actually eat that though.

The real issue is that they miss their parents. As a kid, food tend to get delivered to the refridgerator at regular intervals by "magical" means.

 

If you put a chameleon in a room full of mirrors.....what colour would it turn?

Depends on how the mirrors are faced, and the lightning...

Are children who use sign language allowed to talk with their mouth full?

Generally, no. Ever heard a parent whose children stop eating? They'd have to put down the tools to be able to sign...

But even deaf people tend to mouth words when they sign... (I have no clue what the proper word is for silently moving the lips as if speaking)

sydneysiders
Reply #134 Sunday, April 19, 2009 9:47 AM

Do you LIKE hotcake?

yep....another name for pancakes....

my question arose from the old old saying.....if something is selling well.....it's 'selling faster than hotcakes'...

DrJBHL
Reply #135 Sunday, April 19, 2009 10:46 AM

or ludenberries.

(There's another answer, but I don't want to turn too political here...)

OK....

Tourette's Syndrome: What makes them tic-k?

superman
Reply #136 Sunday, April 19, 2009 12:49 PM

Tourette's Syndrome: What makes them tic-k?

The exact cause is somewhere lost in the Bermuda Triangle. Are you curry-ous enough to find them ?

.....genetic inhertance, malfunctioning of neurotransmitters, infections, autoimmune disorders etc.

 

Quetion for Mick

mickeko
Reply #137 Sunday, April 19, 2009 1:09 PM

DrJBHL

OK....

Tourette's Syndrome: What makes them tic-k?

Incompatibility with modern society.

superman


Quetion for Mick

Obviously I would need to know the language to understand the question. It may be possible that I can conjure up a translation of that (looks like hebrew or something related) if I try... But I won't bother

Wizard1956
Reply #138 Sunday, April 19, 2009 1:44 PM
 
वह अपनी भाषा नहीं जानता है
starkers
Reply #139 Sunday, April 19, 2009 2:01 PM

Tourette's Syndrome: What makes them tic-k?

Incompatibility with modern society.

Plus those involuntary tics make it easier to get away with obscene language... cops look the other way if they think you have tourette's.

superman
Reply #140 Sunday, April 19, 2009 3:14 PM

Obviously I would need to know the language to understand the question. 

Do u know meaning of 'Sri' and 'guru', they are from same language thats y I thought u know the language.

 

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