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FREE Megger Lite On-site (1000-632) software package for use with a Megger Mft1553

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ISSWWW

I am ready and willing to give a Megger Lite On-site (1000-632) software package for use with a Megger Mft1553 to the first person who can answer this simple question:

How far are you able to run into a forest? ?:|

I only have one copy so it's first correct answer wins.

Good Luck

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Admin

Thanks Mark.

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Badger

half way because the other half you are running out :P

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Andy™

half way (yes, i know badger has already replied)

well that wasnt much of a challenge.

try making it a bit harder, like 'can you export TNCS'!

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Theorysparky

[quote name='Andy

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Ali

I don't think MM was expecting you to answer with words, I'm sure he wanted video evidence of you running as far as you can into a forrest.

Good luck guys!!

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ISSWWW

[quote name='Andy

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kerching

If it takes 2 men 2 days to dig a hole then how long does it take 1 man to dig half a hole?....discuss [25 marks], show all working out in margin...:coat

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Andy™

2 days?

all the working out is over there →→→→→→

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NozSpark
:coat

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Ali

You can't dig half a hole - it's just a smaller hole

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Badger
You can't dig half a hole - it's just a smaller hole

well done to ali, full marks i think goes to you :D

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Manator

I like these little forum quizzes. I will have to remember them the next time I go to a pub quiz.

Oh and a big thank you to MM, for the prizes.

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kerching

1st prize to Ali

I was asked to set some questions for a customer's Pub Quiz Night as I have retained a spectacular amount of useless info over the years. Best question I ever set [believe it or not I never got the correct answer]

Q On which ship was 'Mutiny on the Bounty' set?................:coat

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Sidewinder

I am putting my head above the parapet here, and unless I am really dull or have missed the point, was it not HMS Bounty?...

Its late...

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kerching

Thanks for ruining the quiz! ;) let's hope nobody else reads it!! ;)

Yup believe it or not Answers included, HMS Beagle, Golden Hind, Foudroyant, Trafalgar, Temoraire [think that is how you spell it]

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Sidewinder

Sorry! :coat

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Admin

Here's a good one for you - You may need a pen and paper for this (no calculators please)...

A bus driver was driving his bus along his route and already had 3 passengers onboard...

.... At his first stop, the three passengers got off, while five got on...

One got off at the next stop and three got on....

on his third stop, one got off and sixteen got on....

all but one got on at the next stop, and twenty three more passengers got on....

On the next stop, his company inspector got on and checked all the passengers tickets.....

Does anyone know?..

What's the bus drivers name?

...

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Badger

It was Richard or D I C K as in head :D

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im on top form tonight

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oh and in total when the company inspector got on the bus there were still 24 people on the bus, and the total tickets sold were 50, with a total of 50 passengers travelling from the first stop to the last stop :P :P :D :worship

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kerching

Drivers name was Stan Butler, Conductor was Jacko, Inspector was Blakey

Stan Butler [Reg Varney] born July 11th

Autobiography titled 'The Little Clown'.....long story as to how/why I know this [and wish I didn't]...:coat

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steptoe

I have one,

what was the serial number of the "TITANIC"

BTW, this caused a massive strike at H&W .!

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Badger

i reckon 390904

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Manator

Its actual serial number was 104, but many myths suggested that it was 60604, which was seen to spell " no pope" . In fact even the actual serial number was a dig at the Catholics. After chief designer Sir Carson Craig said:

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steptoe

cheats, using google. :)

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Manator

I actually had no idea any ship would have a serial number. When I read the article in the Irish Times I was amazed, not only that the Titanic had a serial number, but the ship was designed so that the Catholics could be segregated into lower class accommodation.

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