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Spookhere F trolls

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Feb 26, 2013
 
Reality Speaks wrote:
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the souls who believe 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4 went on to professional careers earning triple the national average at hire.
Those like you who disagree 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4, will be stuck in minimum wage positions requiring government assistance so you don't starve and freeze to death.
Got a post office box I can send something to you.
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Feb 26, 2013
 

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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the souls who believe 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4 went on to professional careers earning triple the national average at hire.
Those like you who disagree 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4, will be stuck in minimum wage positions requiring government assistance so you don't starve and freeze to death.
Better tell the calculator manufacturers, because they all disagree with you. Spreadsheet programs too.

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Feb 26, 2013
 
Reality Speaks wrote:
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the souls who believe 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4 went on to professional careers earning triple the national average at hire.
Those like you who disagree 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4, will be stuck in minimum wage positions requiring government assistance so you don't starve and freeze to death.
1 is what percent larger than 1/2?
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Feb 26, 2013
 
nobama wrote:
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Better tell the calculator manufacturers, because they all disagree with you. Spreadsheet programs too.
so you are a minimum wage government leach too?
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Feb 26, 2013
 
TonyD2 wrote:
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1 is what percent larger than 1/2?
50%
if you sell something for a dollar you paid 50 cents for, you earned 50% margin. So if you had a 50% off sale your sale price is 50 cents.

but 1 is 100% larger than a half utilizing a separate math function a different answer altogether by spinning the statement; but I played along.

1-.5=.5

.5 +.5=1
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Feb 26, 2013
 
Reality Speaks wrote:
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50%
if you sell something for a dollar you paid 50 cents for, you earned 50% margin. So if you had a 50% off sale your sale price is 50 cents.
but 1 is 100% larger than a half utilizing a separate math function a different answer altogether by spinning the statement; but I played along.
1-.5=.5
.5 +.5=1
Even when you sort of get it right you still manage to get it wrong.
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Feb 26, 2013
 

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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the souls who believe 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4 went on to professional careers earning triple the national average at hire.
Those like you who disagree 3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4, will be stuck in minimum wage positions requiring government assistance so you don't starve and freeze to death.
That's quite a convincing argument Bubba, but you're still wrong.

Try it this way Bubba:

1/8 is equal to 1/2 of 1/4, right? Restated, 50% of 1/4 = 1/8.
Got it?

Now, what do you get when you add 1/8 to 1/4? That's right Bubba, your magic number of 3/8.

Voila!!! 3/8 is 50% larger than 1/4. Not 33% Bubba.

50%.

woof
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Feb 26, 2013
 
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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That's quite a convincing argument Bubba, but you're still wrong.
Try it this way Bubba:
1/8 is equal to 1/2 of 1/4, right? Restated, 50% of 1/4 = 1/8.
Got it?
Now, what do you get when you add 1/8 to 1/4? That's right Bubba, your magic number of 3/8.
Voila!!! 3/8 is 50% larger than 1/4. Not 33% Bubba.
50%.
woof
you have a lot of scrap wood don't you?

you could save 15% in building costs if you could follow directions; and use simple math skills.
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Feb 26, 2013
 
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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That's quite a convincing argument Bubba, but you're still wrong.
Try it this way Bubba:
1/8 is equal to 1/2 of 1/4, right? Restated, 50% of 1/4 = 1/8.
Got it?
Now, what do you get when you add 1/8 to 1/4? That's right Bubba, your magic number of 3/8.
Voila!!! 3/8 is 50% larger than 1/4. Not 33% Bubba.
50%.
woof
when speaking of steel as we were, when asked to shave 33% off 3/8" stock, what is your final dimension?

so when speaking about poking holes through steel, would it not make logical sense to deter me thickness variance?

evidently not to a brilliant self proclaimed supreme court judge like yourself.

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