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DON'T Pick A Number, ANY Number!!!

Your Choice Of Number Is:   18 members have voted

  1. 1. Your Choice Of Number Is:

    • Positive
      0
    • Negative
      0
    • Zero (which is not a number per se)
      3
    • All Of The Above
      0
    • None Of The Above
      1
    • Some Of The Above
      1
    • Private
      1
    • Public Knowledge
      0
    • Subject To Change
      2
    • A Matter For Yet Another Poll
      7

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The more we learn, the less we know...

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I'm sure Ashcroft would also love to know my number... :P

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7

(As a kid I was never much good at sport. When it got to about 15 minutes into any game I'd get bored and run away with the ball).

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This is ridiculous. By not allowing me to choose a number I feel my free speech rights are being violated here. I am forwarding this thread and the names of all participants to the department of justice.

Furthermore, if this poll is allowed to stand, I might just start taking names and recording this thread. I've got contacts all over the net and I just might publish a few articles letting everyone out there know about the anti-numeralists that hang out here. Just try going anywhere or doing anything once the word gets out. Throw in a few frivilous law suits, and you guys will be in the courts for years.

Edited by Ed Swinnich

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You didn't used to play bass with the Pink Floyd did you, Ed?

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Well, that certainly proves you're not he!

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(As a kid I was never much good at sport. When it got to about 15 minutes into any game I'd get bored and run away with the ball).

Bev

And the other kids never ran you down and beat you down and took the ball back? You would never have survived in Los Angeles doing that. ;)

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This is ridiculous. By not allowing me to choose a number I feel my free speech rights are being violated here. I am forwarding this thread and the names of all participants to the department of justice.

Furthermore, if this poll is allowed to stand, I might just start taking names and recording this thread. I've got contacts all over the net and I just might publish a few articles letting everyone out there know about the anti-numeralists that hang out here. Just try going anywhere or doing anything once the word gets out. Throw in a few frivilous law suits, and you guys will be in the courts for years.

Dare to break the rules, Ed. DARE TO!!!

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Bev

And the other kids never ran you down and beat you down and took the ball back? You would never have survived in Los Angeles doing that. ;)

I was always very selective about who I'd play such games with. It helped if they were four years younger, girls etc!

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Didn't vote on this one. I'm not into the depths of nihilism which is where all this is heading.

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I will throw all caution to the wind and pick "54", for reasons which are my own. :rolleyes:

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I chose "Zero" because I saw a picture of David Lee Roth on the tube last night and that's the first thing that popped into my head.

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Anytime I see "Zero" I think of Coleman Hawkins' girlfriend.

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The dark version of this Belgian chocolate is like dying and going directly to heaven. I have two in my refrigerator, as I type this.

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No matter what I pick, the answer is still Ravi Shankar. :wacko:

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The more we learn, the less we know...

“...They got this guy, in Germany. Fritz something-or-other. Or is it. Maybe it’s Werner. Anyway, he’s got this theory, you wanna test something, you know, scientifically —how the planets go round the sun, what sunspots are made of, why the water comes out of the tap— well, you gotta look at it. But sometimes, you look at it, your looking changes it. Ya can’t know the reality of what happened, or what would’ve happened if you hadden a stuck in your goddamn schnozz. So there is no ‘what happened.’ Not in any sense that we can grasp with our puny minds. Because our minds... our minds get in the way. Looking at something changes it. They call it the ‘Uncertainty Principle.’ Sure, it sounds screwy, but even Einstein says the guy’s on to something.” –Freddie Riedenschneider

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Zero, my hero. Sure it's a number. Sort of. What about imaginary? Complex? Transfinite?

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