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RE: RE: Hippo Birdies - Brad


#1

0.75, 0, 1, 18, 21, 65, and 75.65

Ok… I have to ask: what’s the link between those numbers other than
that you consider them to be decimally significant? Or perhaps the better
question might be: why do you consider them significant in relation to age?

Some of them seem obvious, 0, 1, 18/21 65, but the others are a tad bizarre :wink:

RAS


#2

0.75 year = 9 months! :slight_smile:

He lost me at 75.65 though.


#3

Is that the avg life expectancy for a man born his DOB?


#4

Yes (I think – as near as the CIA can predict), yes, yes, and to Mike Z, yes.

My puzzles are not nearly as difficult as Marks! :slight_smile:

Rich – [TeamT]

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Is that the avg life expectancy for a man born his DOB?


#5

Happy birthday Mark.

cheers,
Norm.

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#6

I was so distracted yesterday by my opportunity to tease Norm I forgot the point
of the messages!

Happy birthday Mark, and happy birthday to the rest of the May birthday people,
too. J

Phyllis


#7

thanks Phyllis & Norm


#8

thanks Phyllis & Norm

Oh come on, Mark! We ALL wish you a Happy Birthday!

The other 7000 people just don’t want to clog up the list. :slight_smile:

Happy Happy!

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