14.9 Oz./2

confused

whats the point of this thread??

Jagur’s afraid to reveal his true eyedentity

sweet connundrum!!! how do u like it?

also, that first guy is wearing a ski helmet eh?

must have something to do with that beverage he’s drinking.:stuck_out_tongue:

I can recognize that beverage even in a low resolution pic.

A little Falls City ride in the dark. Never be afraid of the dark.

i knew you could help shed a little light on this dark situation.

fall city Guiness.jpg

There is something unique about that can

The Playboy Bunny is jealous…she was never that creative in playing Hide 'n Go Seek.

Re: 14.9 Oz./2

On Fri, 24 Feb 2006 18:23:08 -0600, irvinegr wrote:

>whats the point of this thread??

Maybe jagur had only one 14.5 fl oz can of Guinness and two (very)
different rides to do. So he distributed the beer between the two.

Jeopardy SAT paper (no calculators allowed)

14.9oz/2

Two unicyclists are taking part in a nighttime long distance ride and they have just one 14.5 oz can of Guinness and a single glass. What is the calculation for how much of this refreshing drink they will have each if it is shared equally between them?

it looks like there is a unicycle on it…

There is something unique about the can and there is something unique about the mechanism inside the can… but the most unique thing of all is the liquid inside the can – the Holy Nectar!

Behold the Holy Nectar… by far the most superior, best-tasting, smoothest, creamiest, most delicious beverage ever to be created by mankind!

Created from the genius of the prophet, Arthur Guinness… the same unadulterated strain of hops that was first used to brew Guinness is still used to brew this masterful, Holy Nectar… and it is stored in a facility with more security than the Federal Reserve (as it should be)!

Having introduced this message (albeit subliminally) to the unicycling community, I have no choice but to hold (the sometimes petulant) Jagur in the highest regard!

I intend to make my pilgrimage to the Holy Land at some point so that I can enjoy the Holy Nectar from the homeland of its great creator. Any riders on the forum from the Dublin area?

Re: 14.9 Oz./2

On Sat, 25 Feb 2006 09:04:51 -0600, s7ev0 wrote:

>14.9oz/2
my bad

>Two unicyclists are taking part in a nighttime long distance ride
I can’t help thinking that both pics show jagur, albeit in a different
outfit and with a different unicycle.

>and they have just one 14.5
14.9 :stuck_out_tongue:

> oz can of Guinness and a single glass. What is
>the calculation for how much of this refreshing drink they will have
>each if it is shared equally between them?
7.45oz. So?

Some research then. The photos were both shot on Sat 18 Feb around 7
pm, with a time difference of only 2.5 minutes. The pics were edited
on Fri 24 Feb in the afternoon, and submitted to this site that same
day. The second pic was posted first but that’s probably just because
jagur called the first pic “fall city Guiness.jpg” and the second pic
“fall city Guiness1.jpg”, and then thought that the “1” should go
first. The pictures were shot at Blackrock Mountain Bike Park, 3 miles
west of Falls City, Oregon, and regarded as offroad cycling nirvana.
It’s about 20 miles from where jagur lives.

Anyway, 2.5 minutes is just enough time to change clothes and
unicycles I should say.

If all this doesn’t make sense, may I draw your attention to the fact
that jagur seems to be smoking something in the bottom pic.

Its not a Conundrum, its a GB4 frame and a largemarge wheelset.

OK -

The post heading including the word “Jeopardy” was meant to allude to the fact that we had possibly been given an answer and had to supply the question (I believe that’s how that US game show works?). My post was my question for the answer (the answer being the calculation 14.9oz/2 or 14.9oz divided by 2). I was asking for the calculation, not the answer to the calculation.

14.5 oz - ok you got me. :o :stuck_out_tongue:

And I still think that’s two different riders (surely the first one has no 'tache?)

I have seen both riders at the same time and can confirm that they are in fact two distinctly different people.

The helmet is a Giro Semi. It’s a bike helmet, but Giro also makes a ski helmet with a very similar design and style.

you dont fool me jag… i know that 'stache anywhere…

Chase