1. ## Oxymorons

OK, I couldn't resist, it just made me laugh. Check out this link (from bored.com) which lists the top 20 oxymorons. Read from 20 down to 1 - it's a classic!!

http://www.oxymoronlist.com/

- more funny stuff at http://www.bored.com

Greg

2. Speaking of oxymorons, how about "Justice Department"?

3. This has been posted before....
Still funny though
- Noia

4. one of my favorites cause i deal with it every day it every day. Military Intelligence.

5. my favs are off the top of my head..

Internet security
Internet privacy

[pong]_NetSyN_[/pong]

6. An interesting question. It comes from bored.com - so I thought I'd just chuck it in this thread rather then making a new one.

"If it's zero degrees outside today and it's supposed to be twice as cold tomorrow, how cold is it going to be?"
I've been baffled by this question. I mean if you take it mathematically, it'll be also zero, cos anything multiplied by zero is zero. However, we are talking about temperature - it is TWICE as cold, so the temperature has changed, so it cannot still be zero.

I was thinking heaps about it and thought maybe convert to a different temperature measure, such as KELVIN or something. I dunno if it'll work, but it's just a very interesting question.

Maybe someone can put my mind at ease...I can't sleep!!!

Greg

7. I'm still trying to figure why we park on the driveway and drive on the parkway, so don't ask me any hard questions.

Here's a good one for you.....If pro is the opposite of con, then obviously CONgress is the opposite of progress. I think that's a Gallagher or Carlin, can't remember.

8. hot_ice> Convert everything to Centigrade
If its 0 degrees C then it will still be 0 degrees C
If its 0 degrees F thats like -15 C (or something) so it would be -30.
If its 0 degrees K then its -250 (something) C, so its well below absoutel 0, and no one would survive to measure it.

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