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    1. What does the J in Donald J Trump stand for?
    2. How many hours of sleep does the ADA recommend for a 12-year-old?
    3. After how many years must your car registration be renewed?
    4. What state do you live in?
    5. What is the record high temperature for your state on today’s date?
    6. Who wrote the magna carta?
    7. What types of mushrooms are poisonous?
    8. Who is the current governor of West Virginia?
    9. How many apples grow on the average red delicious tree per year?
    10. Who invented the emoticon?

    #1675077

    👑RebYidd23
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    1. Joker
    2. The American Dental Association currently has no such recommendation.
    3. I don’t have a car.
    4. Constant anxiety
    5. I don’t keep records.
    6. There is no proof of who really wrote it.
    7. Very many. Too many to list.
    8. Greed and envy
    9. The tree itself is brown and green; only the apples are red and delicious.
    10. Someone boring.

    I was allowed to use Bing, right?

    #1675094

    Avram in MD
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    1. What does the J in Donald J Trump stand for? Jay
    2. How many hours of sleep does the ADA recommend for a 12-year-old? Flouride toothpaste, twice a day or after meals
    3. After how many years must your car registration be renewed? In my state, 2
    4. What state do you live in? Denial
    5. What is the record high temperature for your state on today’s date? Which station?
    6. Who wrote the magna carta? You did
    7. What types of mushrooms are poisonous? The poisonous ones
    8. Who is the current governor of West Virginia? Joseph
    9. How many apples grow on the average red delicious tree per year? 1
    10. Who invented the emoticon? Al Gore

    #1675104

    Takes2-2tango
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    I posed all these questions to my be Rov.
    The only one he was able to answer was #7
    All mushrooms r poisonous to him!

    #1675127

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    There’s not a single question about pop.

    #1675145

    1. What does the J in Donald J Trump stand for?
    2. How many hours of sleep does the ADA recommend for a 12-year-old?
    3. After how many years must your car registration be renewed?
    4. What state do you live in? Intoxication
    5. What is the record high temperature for your state on today’s date?
    6. Who wrote the magna carta?
    7. What types of mushrooms are poisonous?
    8. Who is the current governor of West Virginia?
    9. How many apples grow on the average red delicious tree per year?
    10. Who invented the emoticon?

    #1675157

    Yserbius123
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    1. What does the ‘S’ in Harry S. Truman stand for?
    2. How many hours of sleep does the Mashkiach reccomend for the bachurim?
    3. How expired does your registration have to be before you get pulled over?
    4. What is the state of CR?
    5. How hot does your mother have to be before she lets you out of the house without a jacket?
    6. Who wrote the Constitution of the United States?
    7. What is the name of the gnome who lives in the big mushroom in my backyard?
    8. Who is the current head mod of CR?
    9. Why do people say Chava ate an apple?
    10. A user on Usenet invented 🙂 when he wanted to clarify that his sentence was sarcastic. That’s accepted to be the origin of the emoticon, but it’s not technically an emoticon. In the 1990s, messaging software started automatically changing 🙂 and 🙁 into 🙂 and ☹. Later, features started to become standard where the user can insert a “face icon” into their text, but that was limited to the application used for the message and non-standard. Japanese tech companies in the 2000s went a little overboard with these icons and started added tons of them into their custom messaging applications. When the Unicode Consortium sought to standardize international character sets, so that every device can read a webpage in any language without having to install specialized fonts, the asked each county to submit a set of characters in their native language. Japan sort of raised their hand “Um… we’ve got a standard pictographical alphabet, phonetical alphabet, ancient alphabet, and this thing with pictures that the kids are really into that we call ’emoji’ “. The Consortium was like, “K”, and that’s how we got emojis! 🤡👾💙✌💅🧙🦽🤹🐹🥐🕍🕍🕍
    #1675170

    Yserbius123
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    First part of my last post was really confusing as YWN keeps changing “two dots” + “close parenthesis” to 🙂. The original “emoji” was a : followed by a ).

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