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Well i have been on your gamming server for TO for abouot 1 month now and i just wanted to get to know oyu guys a little better, And tell you about myself.

Well my name is Martin, I livew in Canada, Winter is coming!!!@!@!@

I likw TO it is fun, But i alos play other games.

Well that is about it. I will see ya guys on the sever!

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Welcome to COD!

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yo, wasup geosposion. good to see your on the forums! post away. i am also new to these forums and i have figured out that someone always has an answer to any kind of question i have. so ask away

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Its a double balls welcome post away and have fun. If you have any ?'s just ask and I'm sure that there will be an answer. many of knowledge pleages these forums. does not mater what the ? is it will be answered. good luck and frag on.

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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
dunno, ask Mr owl.

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I asked mr owl and he said that it all depends on the willingness of the wood chuck at the time you ask the woodchuck how much wood he can chuck.

Hope i have answered your ? for today bruce.

Huhaaaaaaahahahahahahaha!

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Say the wood chuck has 3 different types of wood and one of them being really hard wood one being petrified and one being soft, Then how much wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood? :idea:

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Well, if one was petrified then technically it wouldn't be wood, it would be stone. So you have to discard whatever results you obtained from that test. You would also need a baseline of medium-hard wood in order to gauge the relative success or failure of said "chucking". One would need to consider what would constitute a "chuck". If it could be established that a predetermined depth of "chuck" was sufficient to register chucking, then the softness or hardness of the wood would be irrelevant since once the minimum depth was reached the chucking would stop, any further chucking would be extraneous.

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Well, if one was petrified then technically it wouldn't be wood, it would be stone. So you have to discard whatever results you obtained from that test. You would also need a baseline of medium-hard wood in order to gauge the relative success or failure of said "chucking". One would need to consider what would constitute a "chuck". If it could be established that a predetermined depth of "chuck" was sufficient to register chucking, then the softness or hardness of the wood would be irrelevant since once the minimum depth was reached the chucking would stop, any further chucking would be extraneous.

If said chucking could be gauged then multiple chuckers would have to be used in order to gain a specific arena for guaging chucking. Now, once that mean chuck is determinied the relative nature of said hard or soft would would determine how much the individual woodchuck could chuck. (without dental implants... with is a whole new game)

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Now that we have both those chuckers out of the way lets leave this as simple as we came in, in order to obtain the correct amount of wood that a woodchuck could chuck wood if only the chucker was able to chuck wood that is the real question, if a wood chuck could chuck wood. I personaly have not seen a wood chuck chuck wood but if you have, then how much wood could a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood? :lol:

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My head hurts.

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This is the most F'ed up topic ever. Good job guys. bigthumb.gif

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Wait.....Why did a Hello thread ABOUT ME!|.........PLease talk about me...

And.....Ah screw it. The wood chuck is a smal bird form East Asia. It is renound for its Chucking ability and its great Love of wood.

I am done my lesaon for today kids....Hope you learned something

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No one has still ansered the question . so I will ask it one more time,

How much wood can a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? :lol:

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the wood chuck obviusly chucked 8 wood cause there are 8 different people who posted in this thread and we are all now dicklees. now the question would be how much nuts could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck COULD chuck nuts?

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I think the answer to that question is 16 unless some one else posts or some one is nutless :lol:

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The answer is 42. This will make perfect sense to those who are familiar with THHGTTG.

So long and thanks for all the fish.

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yes, 16 is a fine answer. but also the balls in our names makes a difference. so 16+4= uhhhhhhhh 20! 20 balls!

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Whats a Wood Chuck?

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Groundhog is another name for Woodchuck. This rodent is a type of marmot. These solitary mammals hibernate (sleep through winter) in burrows. Groundhogs are found in North America in forests and fields.

Anatomy: A groundhog grows up to 17 inches (43 cm) long. It has a tail that is about 5 inches (13 cm) long. This mammal has a bulky body and short limbs. The fur is brown-gray and the eyes are black. The hands and feet are black and have sharp, sturdy claws. Like all rodents, their incisor teeth continue to grow throughout their entire life.

Diet: Groundhogs/woodchucks are mostly herbivores (plant-eaters). They eat grass, seeds, leaves, flowers, fruit, eggs, and some insects.

Predators: Groundhogs/woodchucks are hunted by many animals, including wolves, dogs, coyotes, bobcats, foxes, and humans. Groundhogs cannot move very quickly, so their best defense is to retreat into their burrows. Keen eyesight and hearing help warn groundhogs of predators approaching.

Classification: Class Mammalia (mammals), Order Rodentia (rodents), Family Sciuridae (ground squirrels), Genus Marmota (marmots), species M. monax.

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