CNN.com - House cafeterias change names for 'french fries' and 'french toast' - Mar. 12, 2003

geege geege@barrera.org
Sat, 15 Mar 2003 12:59:54 -0800


as i read it, YOU are the driver.

-----Original Message-----
From: greg@nodots-daemon [mailto:greg@nodots-daemon]On Behalf Of Gregory
Alan Bolcer
Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2003 8:08 AM
To: geege
Subject: Re: CNN.com - House cafeterias change names for 'french fries'
and 'french toast' - Mar. 12, 2003


geege wrote:
> 
> as i read it, dr. gregory a. bolcer is the driver.  8-)

No YOU are the driver. Sure you don't want to correct your answer? 

> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: greg@mta7.pltn13.pbi.net [mailto:greg@mta7.pltn13.pbi.net]On
> Behalf Of Gregory Alan Bolcer
> Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2003 7:39 AM
> To: geege
> Cc: fork@xent.com
> Subject: Re: CNN.com - House cafeterias change names for 'french fries'
> and 'french toast' - Mar. 12, 2003
> 
> geege wrote:
> >
> > is there a parallel test for the bushes?
> 
> The correct answer is 10 (Joe is definitely
> in mensa or spends a lot of time looking at the
> answers in the back of the american airlines
> magazine to solve their stupid mensa quiz instead
> of drinking like you are supposed to do an an airplane).
> I was going to make it add up to 42 but lost
> interest in writing questions.
> 
> Here's your quiz:
> 
> You're driving a bus in Los Angeles.  You have
> 8 people on the bus.  At the first stop, two
> get on and three get off.   You drive another
> couple of blocks.  At the second stop, three
> get on, nobody gets off, but one of the passengers
> from the first stop comes huffing and puffing
> back onto the bus to grab his wallet which
> he left, but then gets back off.   At the
> third stop, half of the remaining passengers
> get off.
> 
> What is the name of the driver?
> 
> Greg