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    WARNING! this video contains words you may consider harsh and racial


    this video just made my stress go away haha

    hope you all can find this as funny as i do if you share my dark humor

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlzoL-wQwio

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    leoffensive wrote:
    WARNING! this video contains words you may consider harsh and racial


    this video just made my stress go away haha

    hope you all can find this as funny as i do if you share my dark humor

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlzoL-wQwio
    haha. i have that app. sometimes i connect to my iphone to my car spearks and play with the app.

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    Wow... Someone call the brady campaign to prevent virtual gun violence!
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    I can see kids getting kicked out of school for having apps. like that. :quirky

    I thought the video was funny as hell though...lol. One of the related video's had a revolver version that you could play Russian roulette with. :what:
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    Sabotage70 wrote:
    I can see kids getting kicked out of school for having apps. like that. :quirky

    I thought the video was funny as hell though...lol. One of the related video's had a revolver version that you could play Russian roulette with. :what:
    russian roulette on the iPhone sounds like a great drinking game.
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    Leo, hillarious...lol

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    Here's a puzzle. You're playing Russian roulette with a friend, he picks up the revolver, spins the wheel, pulls the trigger and it goes click. Would you rather pick up the revolver and spin the wheel before pulling the trigger, or would you rather pull the trigger without spinning the wheel.

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    have app with the revolver and have played russian roulettw while drunk and its a hoot

    btw sorry for the terrible typing via iphone

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    Yeah I pulled that app out on an intruder to my house. when I racked it he ran like hell.

    Ok, back to reality. lol...p



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    For home intruders, use the shotgun app.

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    Nother app i have haha

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    LOL... My cuz and his son have those apps. I told them wouldn't it be awesome to link phone apps, could play a version of laser tag between other users who have that app.
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    bigtoe416 wrote:
    Here's a puzzle. You're playing Russian roulette with a friend, he picks up the revolver, spins the wheel, pulls the trigger and it goes click. Would you rather pick up the revolver and spin the wheel before pulling the trigger, or would you rather pull the trigger without spinning the wheel.
    Why would you play this game with a friend? You'd have to hate someone awfully bad to be willing to risk your life in hopes of them losing theirs.
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    OMFG

    That was funny.

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    first time i've laughed since 1988 i think. made my day.

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    CA_Libertarian wrote:
    bigtoe416 wrote:
    Here's a puzzle. You're playing Russian roulette with a friend, he picks up the revolver, spins the wheel, pulls the trigger and it goes click. Would you rather pick up the revolver and spin the wheel before pulling the trigger, or would you rather pull the trigger without spinning the wheel.
    Why would you play this game with a friend? You'd have to hate someone awfully bad to be willing to risk your life in hopes of them losing theirs.
    It's a logic puzzle. I actually read that this was an interview question for somebody.

    I believe the answer is, you prefer to spin the cylinder rather than pull the trigger again. Spinning the cylinder gives you 1/6 chance of dying. Pulling the trigger gives you 1/5 chance (since you know the previous chamber was empty).

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    HAHAHAHA! I like him already!

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    bigtoe416 wrote:
    Here's a puzzle. You're playing Russian roulette with a friend, he picks up the revolver, spins the wheel, pulls the trigger and it goes click. Would you rather pick up the revolver and spin the wheel before pulling the trigger, or would you rather pull the trigger without spinning the wheel.

    hahaha my friend and I used to play russian roulette with an airsoft gun revolver... EXCEPT we got to shoot the OTHER guy in the hand!

    "You might be a redneck if you play russian roulette with a semi auto"

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    bigtoe416 wrote:
    Spinning the cylinder gives you 1/6 chance of dying. Pulling the trigger gives you 1/5 chance (since you know the previous chamber was empty).
    Yup.

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    bigtoe416 wrote:
    It's a logic puzzle. I actually read that this was an interview question for somebody.

    I believe the answer is, you prefer to spin the cylinder rather than pull the trigger again. Spinning the cylinder gives you 1/6 chance of dying. Pulling the trigger gives you 1/5 chance (since you know the previous chamber was empty).
    Or maybe the correct answer is to not spin, which would reduce the chance your friend dies... guess it depends on how much you like your "friend".

    Maybe it's a moral puzzle, not a logic puzzle...

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    Just saw the video...that was way funny! LOL
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    bigtoe416 wrote:
    CA_Libertarian wrote:
    bigtoe416 wrote:
    Here's a puzzle. You're playing Russian roulette with a friend, he picks up the revolver, spins the wheel, pulls the trigger and it goes click. Would you rather pick up the revolver and spin the wheel before pulling the trigger, or would you rather pull the trigger without spinning the wheel.
    Why would you play this game with a friend? You'd have to hate someone awfully bad to be willing to risk your life in hopes of them losing theirs.
    It's a logic puzzle. I actually read that this was an interview question for somebody.

    I believe the answer is, you prefer to spin the cylinder rather than pull the trigger again. Spinning the cylinder gives you 1/6 chance of dying. Pulling the trigger gives you 1/5 chance (since you know the previous chamber was empty).
    ACTUALLY...
    Hold the revolver close enough towards the front of your head that you can see which chamber the cartridge is in. then either "miss" or play. or you could use that one shot to shoot whoever talked you into playing this f'd up game.
    wait, hasn't this question come up before on here?

    Back on topic, very funny video. I'd definitely have that app if i had an iphone. Maybe keep it running and keep the iphone on your belt next to your firearm. When you get e-checked, ask the officer why he didn't check the other piece of lawfully owned harmless equipment on your belt. Or don't. Might end up making you seem un-friendly or something. There are laws against that right?

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    Captain_Awesome wrote:
    ACTUALLY...
    Hold the revolver close enough towards the front of your head that you can see which chamber the cartridge is in. then either "miss" or play. or you could use that one shot to shoot whoever talked you into playing this f'd up game.
    wait, hasn't this question come up before on here?
    Wow, why wouldnt I think of that?



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