Kids that enjoy tops also enjoy precess.
He’s putting a bad spin on this news.
My girlfriend complained about my obsession with spices.
So I said, “You’re a nut, Meg.”
Says who? Sesame.
You reminded of a story one of my teachers told one time. He used to have a TV shop back in the 1950s. He repaired the old tube type black and white TVs. He also sold used TVs that he had repaired. He had one of those books. If they had good credit he said he would sell it to them for $40 cash. If they had bad credit, he would tell them $40 cash down now and $5 a week for the next 8 weeks. He didn’t care if they ever came back in to pay the payments or not.
He said he would encounter people on the street sometimes and they would hand him a few dollars and tell him, “I’ll get the rest to you later.”
Don’t forget American Express. One time I lost my American Express card and couldn’t leave my home for a month.
He thinks it’s a big dill.
Thyme will tell.
Depends on the coin. I have seen a U.S. nickel do it on a flat smooth floor. But it has a nice smooth edge. Still probably less than a one in one thousand chance, though.
RBION states if a coin is “tossed and caught” it has about a 51% chance of landing on the same side. Nothing said about flipping the coin.
I can toss and catch a coin and have it land on the same side almost 100% of the time.