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Solve these riddles!

Discussion in 'Offtopic' started by guy3, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. I would have to say in the air.
  2. Nice one Mcon!

  3. No
    Still no
  4. *breaks into song* "Eeeeeaaaaasy Streeeeeeeeeet!"
  5. Lol

    xd, is it on earth?

  6. Kind of....
  7. according to buissness weekly:

    The Best Way To Raise Your Child

    No matter how hard you try, raising a family is complicated, not to mention expensive. For parents juggling concerns about their children’s safety, schools, expenses, and after school activities—and who also need to go to work on top of all this—living in the right place won’t solve all problems, but it can offer their children more opportunities and enhance the family’s lifestyle. In our fifth annual ranking of best places to raise kids, Bloomberg and Businessweek.com shifted our focus from large, urbanized places to smaller towns and cities.

    Using 2010 data from Onboard Informatics, a real estate information and technology company in New York, we evaluated a total of 5,418 locations nationwide with populations larger than the state median but no larger than 50,000. We considered only locations where the median income is within 20 percent of the state’s median. The rankings put the most weight on school performance and the number of schools, crime statistics, and cost of living. Other factors included job growth, air quality, ethnic diversity, and access to recreational amenities (within the county), such as parks, zoos, theaters, and museums.

    The following places we selected are neither rich suburbs nor havens for luxury living—so don’t expect to find mansions and elite country clubs (although some areas will have them). Rather, these are communities inhabited mostly by middle-income earners that have good public schools, low crime, and resources to keep the family entertained on weekends.

    Jennifer Prince, rankings analyst for Bloomberg, helped to compile this ranking.

    Note: All data are 2010 estimates provided by Onboard Informatics, the premier data company in the residential real estate market and a leading innovator of lifestyle search. Data sources include the U.S. Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the IRS, the FBI, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    I didnt copy and paste that...

    anywho, thats my answer XD
  8. Ummm....
    No. :?

  9. It's more of a joke so don't take it seriously...
  10. LOOOOOOOOOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Best comeback ever!!!
  11. Why did this topic have to die?
    Time to bring it back

    If you guys give up I'll tell you the answer you've all been waiting for 7 months and 24 days for...

    EDIT: just wondering but is this the longest topic on the forum??
  12. Yeah, yeah it is ;)
  13. A lift? Hehe...
  14. Very good shnaffle
  15. wow i just found this thread thanks to embernight lol these are funny. anyway I have one!

    How do you put a giraffe in a refrigerator?
    How do you put an elephant in a refrigerator?
    If the king of the animals hosts a party which animal won't attend?
    You try to cross a river where alligators live. How do you get across safely?

    Yes this is one big riddle.
  16. Open the door, put it in, close the door.
    Open the door, take out the giraffe, put the elephant in, close the door.
    the elephant, it's in the fridge...
    not sure about this one, i guess you could put them in the fridge?
  17. The elephant wouldn't attend because it's in the fridge.
    Build a bridge.
  18. no you dont put the alligator in the fridge, but the rest looks good