Is this stuff dead? ;_;

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic premiered on October 10, 2010. Or 101010. Or 42 in binary.

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Go Leng Lee! Go CodeCademy! Go 42!

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I GOT THIS ON THE FACEBOOK TEST. JOSH IS THE WISEST OF US ALL.

OBEY THE 42.

OBEY THE 42.

Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy. Now I know.

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The boss is on level 42 of the dungeon!

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In "Iron Man 3" he was wearing his mark 42 suit.

Gale entered the Hunger Games drawing 42 times.

Here's a thought.

•If you have 42 apples and you put them equally in seven crates, there are six apples in each crate, correct? If you have 42 apples and put them in

•Let's break this down. In the first problem, you are putting an apple into a crate. So when you fit an apple into into zero crates, isn't that the same as making them fit into an infinitely small space? No. It's smaller than infinitely small.

•Now we've got that covered, here is the next point for our question: For the Big Bang Theory to be true, everything in the universe would have to be packed into singularity.

•So, the question is: Was the volume of the singularity 1/infinity or was it 1/(1/0)? Was the universe always getting smaller or was it already smaller than what is not possible?

•If you have 42 apples and you put them equally in seven crates, there are six apples in each crate, correct? If you have 42 apples and put them in

*zero*crates, how many apples are in the crates?•Let's break this down. In the first problem, you are putting an apple into a crate. So when you fit an apple into into zero crates, isn't that the same as making them fit into an infinitely small space? No. It's smaller than infinitely small.

•Now we've got that covered, here is the next point for our question: For the Big Bang Theory to be true, everything in the universe would have to be packed into singularity.

•So, the question is: Was the volume of the singularity 1/infinity or was it 1/(1/0)? Was the universe always getting smaller or was it already smaller than what is not possible?

Orange County, CA has approx. 42 mi. of beaches!

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