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Re: Texas 2010

Post by harryk » April 13th, 2010, 3:33 pm

When we went to Hutto I think we stayed at a La Quinta, but next to us there was a Jack in the Box, me and a friend went to get milk shakes but the door was locked and they wouldn't let us in even though it was 9:55 and they closed at 10:00, then we realized that the drive thru was open til 2:00am, so we walked in line, since the weight sensor wouldn't sense us when we got to the front they sent us to the back of the line, like 5 cars, when we finally got to the front... there milk shake machine was "broken" :x so we walked across the street to the convenience store and bought two jugs of ice cream, then we started walking back our coach ran up to us and he was so relieved cuz he thought we got "picked up" or something :lol: , by that time it was close to 10:30
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Re: Texas 2010

Post by RndmPplPrsn » April 13th, 2010, 4:53 pm

That's hilarious, but really? It's Hutto.....and only 10:30.
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Re: Texas 2010

Post by 2win » April 14th, 2010, 12:53 pm

We'll need a time, or else it won't work out too well.
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Post by sciencegeek100 » April 14th, 2010, 4:55 pm

texan92 wrote:
cypressfalls Robert wrote:
zyzzyva98 wrote:...? But that adds up to 200% A real mathematician wouldn't believe that for a second.
a real mathmatician would see it adds up to 210% and not act to smart ;)
it actually adds up to 200
how many scioly students does it take to figure out if 200 or 210 is the correct value... LOL
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Re: Texas 2010

Post by sciencegeek100 » April 14th, 2010, 4:57 pm

teppy2 wrote:So who here believes in evolution.
i do cauz i believe in the truth that is based on facts not random stuff with no evidence....
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Re: Texas 2010

Post by sciencegeek100 » April 14th, 2010, 5:07 pm

Mimsie wrote:and 88% of statistics are made up.

There are no good fossil books to slam my head into. Fact.
We have over like 12 of them and we hate them all.
wat do u want, u r screwed if u need a book to ID them and then just work on a binder for the rest, mine is 5 inch LOL
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Re: Texas 2010

Post by robotman » April 14th, 2010, 5:21 pm

There is really no reason to have four separate posts when you are able to edit your post
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Re: Texas 2010

Post by texan92 » April 14th, 2010, 5:26 pm

Anyways, I have a real question.

For those who did Its About Time last year at state, on the schedule it says that it will be held on the racket court. Does that mean that we will run our devices on the wooden floor or will they have tables set up?

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Re: Texas 2010

Post by walkingstyx » April 14th, 2010, 10:34 pm

My memory is not perfect, but I don't think we had any tables last year. What we did have were kids counting on their fingers instead of bringing in a clock. I don't think they got last place either.
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Re: Texas 2010

Post by texan92 » April 15th, 2010, 4:59 pm

walkingstyx wrote:My memory is not perfect, but I don't think we had any tables last year. What we did have were kids counting on their fingers instead of bringing in a clock. I don't think they got last place either.
That's probably gonna be our back up plan should our pendulum: a) become stolen b) lost c) set on fire d) somehow just fail to work e) crash on the bus ride to College Station f) magically disappear due to acts of God

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