Fun Fact #147

Did you know that the coin change machine located in the LeTourneau laundromat will, in fact, accept twenty dollar bills?

3 Responses to “Fun Fact #147”

  1. 1 towwad October 21, 2006 at 2:02 pm

    How many $20.00 bills were used to determine this?
    How many coins were exchanged for each bill?
    What is the weight of a $20.00 bill?
    What is the weight of coins received in exchange for $20.00 bill?
    What is the weight for pre-cleaned laundry and $20.00 bill?
    Calculate the difference in weight between pre-cleaned laundry and $20.00 bill and pre-cleaned laundry and coins received for $20.00 bill.
    What is the weight of cleaned laundry and change?
    Measure distance traveled, and time spent in exchanging $20.00 bill for coins, time and effort spent cleaning laundry.
    Calculate “work” done.
    Use “time spent” and “work done”, on this activity, with minimum wage per hour in your area to determine “wage”.
    Subtract cleaning materials from your “wage”.
    God bless.
    I miss you at the Wambooli Forums, but I think it is better if I miss you at the Forums and you concentrate on your school work. You have a gift for writing interesting material. Have you talked to Dan or any other professional about it?

  2. 2 towwad October 21, 2006 at 8:04 pm

    I just downloaded IE 7.
    Shortcut to your site has a different icon now…
    looks like a dirty shirt?!?

  3. 3 James October 21, 2006 at 9:15 pm

    Hey, Towwad! Long time, no forum. For me, at least.

    Yeah, is using DokuWiki right now, mostly because I don’t have the time to mess with it much anymore. The favicon you mentioned should be a scaled down version of the DokuWiki logo. I’ll have to get my little gecko back up there.

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