What's the big deal? I don't see any beer there, just Coors Light. Might as well be bottles of Evian.
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Originally posted by avro_arrow_25206Well if you let n go to infinity, then (a sub infinity) would go to negative infinity"The Director also sets the record straight on what would happen if oxygen masks were to drop from the ceiling: The passengers freak out with abandon, instead of continuing to chat amiably, as though lunch were being served, like they do on those inflight safety videos."
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Wow, ok so heres some math.
c=can
h=hour
d=day(s)
y=year(s)
cpd=can(s) perday
cpy=can(s) peryear
apd= alcohol consumption in % perday
apy= alcohol consumption in % peryear
One can of Coors light has 4.2% alcho.
4.2*70,000=294000% alcohol over 8 years. So basically its like drinking one can of beer with 294000% alc.
365d*8y=2920d therefore 70000c/2920d=23.9c therefore thats 24/cpd which translates into 4.2*24c=100.8%, this person consumed 100%/apd, which is like drinking purealcohol.
1 Can of 5% takes around one hour to sober, since one day is 24 hours, this guy was accually wasted 25 hours if he drank for one entire day at the 0 hour mark. Considering the average person is up for 14 hours, he drank 2 cans perhour
24c*365d=8760/cpy, so let 4.2*8760=36792%/apy...
He probibly has SEVERE brain damage. This dude is more than likely a alcoholic.Kevin
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Originally posted by ACmanWow, ok so heres some math.
4.2*70,000=294000% alcohol over 8 years. So basically its like drinking one can of beer with 294000% alc.
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Originally posted by avro_arrow_25206Kevin, you can't do that! if it's 4.2% in each can, then it is 4.2% in 70000 cans. The total volume of liquid increases but the proportion of alcohol content remains constant!
375ml per can multiplied by 70,000 equals 26,250,000ml of beer.
But remember this saying, I have a shirt that says it too, (its tequila but who cares, its still the same rule, more you drink, the more fun you are)
one tequila, two tequila, three tequila, FLOORKevin
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