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Gentlemen,

I gave Walter a hard time about him not being very actove on HIS forum.

He said "You should be happey I don't answer those guys! They will not like my answers, and they will complain to you. And you will get mad at me!"

I told him as far as I am concerned, we already have a disclaimer at the top of his forum.

So, e has agreed to answer any quesions you might pose to him on this thread.

Please be warned, if you do not like his answers, don't complain to me!


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I have a question for you, Walter. It is: Exactly who in Dubai or UAE (wherever you are) is allowed to own guns? And what kind of guns? Are AR-15s and AK-47s allowed in the hands of the common man?
 
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Me and Saeed have AR-15s, M-16 and AK47 and AK74.
We don't allow others to have them.


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Walter

Which came first, the chicken or the egg?


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Walter....

Is the famous deadly bullet "Walterhog" named after you or are you named after the bullet?
 
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Walter -

Why is it that we park on driveways and drive on parkways?

And what do they pack styrofoam in?????
 
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Where the Hell is Walter???

I thought he was gonna answer all our questions??

I wanna know more about those reusable primers he's developing!!

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I'm sure that Walter has been busy becoming educated by all the bullsh--, I mean, all the wisdom that we've been posting here.

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Now we get to hear the other side of the story, huh?

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The chicken came first and laid the egg.

My friend Saeed named his favorite bullet after his favorite friend ME.

"Why is it that we park on driveways and drive on parkways?"

Only crazy Americanos do that.

Normal people drive on driveways and park on parkways.

Saeed does not pay me anough to be available 24 hours a day.

You just have to wait your turn to be answered!


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The chicken came first and laid the egg.



But, most wise sage, oracle of the orafice, thinker of thoughts...

Who laid the chicken to enable it to lay the egg?


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The rooster. Sorry Walter, I couldn't help it.

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If a hen and a half can lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how long would it take a monkey with a wooden leg to kick the seeds out of a dill pickle?


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I gotta know the answer to that one. I was just thinking about that this morning.

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If a hen and a half can lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how long would it take a monkey with a wooden leg to kick the seeds out of a dill pickle?


HA HA HA HA

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If a hen and a half can lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how long would it take a monkey with a wooden leg to kick the seeds out of a dill pickle?


If my calculations are correct, it would take a bushel of eggs.


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Walter:

I would like to know if a mass of 0.578 kg of molecular oxygen is contained in a cylinder at a pressure of 1.0 × 10^5 Pa and a temperature of 0°C. What volume does the gas occupy?


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Walter:

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?


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Underbored means there is not enough energy in the powder charge to overcome the total barrel resistance to the projectile, which never became a projectile cause it got stuck in the barrel.

So does a perfect bore's bullet reach the end of the barrel and still be in the gun or does it fall out of the barrel.


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I would like to know if a mass of 0.578 kg of molecular oxygen is contained in a cylinder at a pressure of 1.0 × 10^5 Pa and a temperature of 0°C. What volume does the gas occupy?


0.289 cubic brianiacs.

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The same amount you can chuck if you were not drunk and had your hands tied behind you.

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Very easy to measure this for yourself.

You can use the beams method. The farting beans.

Take one cup of fartng beans and boil them until they are tender.

Add one full table spoon of endorphin rush - very hot chily sauce - little salt and a little butter.

Eat all the beans and fart once up the barrel and once down the barrel. And one time when the barrel is straight.

If the bullet comes out when the barrel is straight, you call this perfect bore.

If the bullet comes out when the barrel is up. It is called overbore If the bullet comes out only when the barrel is down, it is called underbore.


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Walter,

What is the finest big game rifle available today?



 
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The same amount you can chuck if you were not drunk and had your hands tied behind you.


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I get the impression that Walter's heart is not in this. Try to give him an easy question, and he gets into woodchuck bondage.

Is it difficult to tie its little hands behind its back, or is that where the alcohol comes in? What do woodchucks like to drink?


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Poor Walter...he's a tortured soul...
 
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What is the finest big game rifle available today?


My deadly Blaser 93! The finest culmination of the Germans ingenuity!
Saeed hates it, because he cannot operate it properly.
His Beduin brain finds too much to pull the bolt back. His brain has been ingrained with the idea of pull-up-andpull-back-then-forward-and-down to shoot.


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My deadly Blaser 93! The finest culmination of the Germans ingenuity!


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Superfast and handy too!! Big Grin
 
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Thank you Walter. I am enlightened by your wisdom! Big Grin



 
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My deadly Blaser 93! The finest culmination of the Germans ingenuity!


Is this the rifle you used to "de-cock" or otherwise emasculate that poor beast on last year's trip? If so, deadly may not be the proper adjective. Or is your rifle the Blaser Schwanz Schneidmaschine model?


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Walter - does Saeed supply you with the latest high tech tools to facilitate your creative genius in the shop??
 
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do you mean a world class collection of hammers?
 
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My deadly Blaser 93! The finest culmination of the Germans ingenuity!


Is this the rifle you used to "de-cock" or otherwise emasculate that poor beast on last year's trip? If so, deadly may not be the proper adjective. Or is your rifle the Blaser Schwantz Schneidmaschine model?


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Walter,

What is the finest big game rifle available today?


My deadly Blaser 93! The finest culmination of the Germans ingenuity!
Saeed hates it, because he cannot operate it properly.
His Beduin brain finds too much to pull the bolt back. His brain has been ingrained with the idea of pull-up-andpull-back-then-forward-and-down to shoot.


Or maybe he does not want his semite nose to be damaged by a flying bolt?
 
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do you mean a world class collection of hammers?


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Gentlemen,

I gave Walter a hard time about him not being very actove on HIS forum.

He said "You should be happey I don't answer those guys! They will not like my answers, and they will complain to you. And you will get mad at me!"

I told him as far as I am concerned, we already have a disclaimer at the top of his forum.

So, e has agreed to answer any quesions you might pose to him on this thread.

Please be warned, if you do not like his answers, don't complain to me!



Saeed, Walter "Moderates" more than this forum!
Must not let him forget, the hoghunting forum!!
 
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What is the origin of the saying "red sky at night sailor's delight, red sky in the morning sailor's take warning"?


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I would like to know if a mass of 0.578 kg of molecular oxygen is contained in a cylinder at a pressure of 1.0 × 10^5 Pa and a temperature of 0°C. What volume does the gas occupy?


This a trick question. Molecular Oxygen has the formula O (-2) doesn't occur in that temperature, as it immediately combines with it's neighbor to make oxygen(gas) 02.



Burning pure hydrogen 2H(2)and oxygen gives water(gas) + heat.


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What is the origin of the saying "red sky at night sailor's delight, red sky in the morning sailor's take warning"?


Very easy this one.
When sailors are stone drunk, they see the sky as red. If they are drunk at night, they sleep off their drunkeness and wake up fresh in the morning. If they see red sky in the daytime, their hole day is ruined because they are drunk.

If you people think a little before asking silly questions, you will find the answer to yourselves immediately.

I have been telling this to Saeed for so many years. He never listens either.


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Walter:

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?


That one was answered a long time ago: A cord and a half.


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Walter,
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