Who said these two were one male & one female, anyways?
And on Gilligan’s Island (and there was only seven people there…and two were married…and they were on an ISLAND!)
I think it’s meant to be more like “the tree has NO poker face” but yeah, I went with the “strip poker” myself at first.
Send an email to 64,000 people. In 32,000 of them, say “Buy Acme stock. It’s going up tomorrow.” In the other 32,000, say “Sell Acme Stock. It’s going down tomorrow.” Tomorrow, if it went up, you send another email to the first 32,000 (if it went down, send to only the second 32,000.) 16,000 of them you say “Buy Ace.” In the other 16,000, you say “Sell Ace.” Next day, you’re sending 16,000 emails to two groups of 8,000. “Rinse and repeat.” When you get down to 125 people left, you say “Send me $10,000 for tomorrow’s pick.” They see you were spot on with the last 8 times and figure “this guy is GOOD!!!!!” You’ll be raking in the money.
Hershey’s used to always sell their candy bar for a nickel. When raw supplies were cheap, the bar was bigger. When costs went up, the bar was smaller. But it always costs $0.05.
Or the rate at which you gotta go sigh
[Klinger reads Henry a letter from his mom that says his dad’s dying]
Henry Blake: The father dying, right?
Klinger: Yes, sir.
Henry Blake: [takes out a stack of papers and reads them] Father dying last year. Mother dying last year. Mother AND father dying. Mother, father, and older sister dying. Mother dying and older sister pregnant. Older sister dying and mother pregnant. Younger sister pregnant and older sister dying. Here’s an oldie but a goodie: Half of the family dying, other half pregnant.
I still recall when someone gave me a 30MB, three-platter/six-head hard drive. Had one bad head and due to the striping and cluster size, if I used it all as one partition, it would have only had about 5MB test good. So I partitioned it into five partitions and wound up with about 24MB worth of usable space. I was in HEAVEN! (This was back in ’92 or so.)
Yes, her hand is re-positioned in the middle panel.
If a man and a woman gets married and then one dies and the other gets remarried, which one will she be with if all three wind up in heaven? (i.e the whole “reunited with your loved ones” thing. What if the “loved ones” don’t care for each other? Do we all suddenly/mysteriously fall blindly and passionately in love with everyone else?)