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alpha60
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alpha60   12/8/2011 6:45:04 PM
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I work in a building where floors 1-8 are parking, and floor 9 consists of offices & labs. Why does everyone who parks on floors 1-7 take the elevator to the 9th floor, but those who park on floor 8 feel compelled to walk up the stairs? Are they trying to prove their fitness and/or lack of laziness? (It's not working) This magic threshold between 1 vs. 2-8 flights of stairs is quite puzzling. Me? I take the elevator from all of floors 1-8.

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drward   12/7/2011 8:08:21 PM
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Why is it Lois Lane doesn't recognize Superman in the office when he's wearing a business suit and glasses, but a wife can spot her hubby trying to sneak back into the house in pitch darkness after a late night at the bar?

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Max The Magnificent   12/7/2011 3:41:02 PM
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Good one!

OmegaMan
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OmegaMan   12/7/2011 3:29:55 PM
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Why does sour cream have an expiration date?

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   12/7/2011 2:48:39 PM
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Thanks for taking the time to post a comment :-)

Bob Lacovara
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Bob Lacovara   12/7/2011 2:29:07 PM
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The only thing more useless than generating these "questions" is spending time in an actual answer...

Mike.Cowgill
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Mike.Cowgill   12/7/2011 12:59:21 AM
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Until about 5-10 years ago here in the UK, trains stopped at railway stations, not train stations...

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zeeglen   12/7/2011 12:15:57 AM
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Trains stop at train stations. Buses stop at bus stations. I have a workstation on my desk... (author unknown)

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Max The Magnificent   12/6/2011 11:00:41 PM
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Do you have any imponderables of this ilk? If so, please share them with the rest of us...

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