- In baseball, how
many outs are there in an inning?
6 outs per inning. 3 outs for each team.
- Two men play 5
games of checkers and each win the same numbers of games. There
are no ties. How is this possible?
We never said the men were playing each other.
- If a farmer has
5 haystacks in one field and 4 haystacks in the other field, how many
haystacks would he have if he combined them all in the center field?
One. If he combines all of his haystacks, they
all become one big stack.
- If I dropped
a bowling ball in a bucket of water which is 45 degrees F, and dropped
another ball of the same weight, mass,and size in a bucket at 30 degrees
F, both of them at the same time, which ball would hit the bottom of
the bucket first? Same question, but the location is in Canada?
The ball in the bucket of 45 degree F water hits
the bottom of the bucket last. Did you think that the water in the 30
degree F bucket is frozen? Think again. The question said nothing about
that bucket having anything in it. Therefore, there is no water (or
ice) to slow the ball down...
- If a doctor gave
you 3 pills and told you to take one every half hour, how long would
they last you?
1 hour. You take the first pill immediately,
the second in a half hour and the third a half hour later.
- An archaeologist claimed he found some
coins of gold with a date reading 46 B.C. Do you think he did?
How can coins be dated B.C. if the designation
didn't exist until A.D.
- How is it that a person born in Massachusetts,
whose parents were both born in Massachusetts, is not a U.S. Citizen?
The reason: Prior to 1789, when the constitution
was ratified, Massachusetts was an English colony and the United States
- How many times can you subtract 5 from
Once. Once you subtract 5 from 25, you no
longer have 25!
- In a criminal trial, what is the relationship
of the defendant to the trial judge, if the defendant's brother-in-law's
only sister's husband is the father of the son of the judge?
He is married to the female judge.
- Which weighs more, a pound of pennies
or a pound of dimes?
Neither. A pound is a pound, the world around,