1. Bloomfield Hills
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    28 Apr '05 23:24
    Three goldfish are in a bowl. One drowns. How many are left???
  2. Standard memberBowmann
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    28 Apr '05 23:31
    Three.
  3. Bloomfield Hills
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    28 Apr '05 23:40
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    Three.
    Darn! That usually works!
  4. Standard memberBowmann
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    29 Apr '05 00:09
    Try it with pigeons.
  5. Bloomfield Hills
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    29 Apr '05 00:11
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    Try it with pigeons.
    Huh?
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    29 Apr '05 00:17
    Originally posted by legoman
    Three goldfish are in a bowl. One drowns. How many are left???

    Drowning
    # To kill by submerging and suffocating in water or another liquid.

    Since one died. Two are left alive. If you count the dead one indeed three are left.

    And YES a fish can be drown.
  7. Standard memberBowmann
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    29 Apr '05 00:17
    Originally posted by legoman
    Huh?
    See?
  8. Bloomfield Hills
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    29 Apr '05 00:20
    Originally posted by Siebren

    Drowning
    # To kill by submerging and suffocating in water or another liquid.

    Since one died. Two are left alive. If you count the dead one indeed three are left.

    And YES a fish can be drown.
    You did one of my other puzzles about a man and a cactus and a horse. ( bad grammer)
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    29 Apr '05 00:39
    Originally posted by legoman
    You did one of my other puzzles about a man and a cactus and a horse. ( bad grammer)
    You 're correct.

    about the grammer. I 'm not English and don't practice a lot. so,... please forgive me. :-)

    Feel free to correct though.
  10. Bloomfield Hills
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    29 Apr '05 00:49
    Originally posted by Siebren
    You 're correct.

    about the grammer. I 'm not English and don't practice a lot. so,... please forgive me. :-)

    Feel free to correct though.
    No I was saying I had bad grammer. Instead of putting "a man, cactus and a horse." I put "a man and a cactus and a horse."
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    29 Apr '05 00:53
    Originally posted by legoman
    No I was saying I had bad grammer. Instead of putting "a man, cactus and a horse." I put "a man and a cactus and a horse."
    🙄😀😀😀🙄 LOL I'm going to bed.... Good night (or day)
  12. Bloomfield Hills
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    29 Apr '05 00:57
    Originally posted by Siebren
    🙄😀😀😀🙄 LOL I'm going to bed.... Good night (or day)
    'night.
  13. Earth Prime
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    None are alive. The soggy crackers just float at the top.
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    29 Apr '05 08:114 edits
    Originally posted by legoman
    No I was saying I had bad grammer. Instead of putting "a man, cactus and a horse." I put "a man and a cactus and a horse."
    If you wanna write proper and display your good grammer (LOL) you should try "A man, a cactus, and a horse".

    (It appears that this forum has been invaded overnight by a renegade clan.) 😕


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    01 May '05 01:44
    Idon't know much about grammar apart from it is spelt grammar
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