Which is a winning combination of digits?
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Which is a winning combination of digits?

Which is a winning combination of digits?
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Duct Tape

Jeff walks into a bar and sees his friend Paul slumped over the bar. He walks over and asks Paul what's wrong.

"Well," replies Paul, "you know that beautiful girl at work that I wanted to ask out, but I got an erection every time I saw her?"

"Yes," replies Jeff with a laugh.

"Well," says Paul, straightening up, "I finally plucked up the courage to ask her out, and she agreed."

"That's great!" says Jeff, "When are you going out?"

"I went to meet her this evening," continues Paul, "but I was worried I'd get an erection again. So I got some duct tape and taped my penis to my leg, so if I did, it wouldn't show."

"Sensible" says Jeff.

"So I get to her door," says Paul, "and I rang her doorbell. She answered it in the sheerest, tiniest dress you ever saw."

"And what happened then?"

(Paul slumps back over the bar again.)

"I kicked her in the face."

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Sir Henry Christopher Mance

Died 21 Apr 1926 (born 1840).British scientist and engineer whose invention of a heliograph provided a portable signaling device that used a tripod with a mirror to reflect sunlight (British patent Feb 1876). A second mirror could direct sunlight onto the first which was tilted using a telegraph-type finger key to transmit a coded series of short and long flashes to a distant station, up to 100 miles away. After its successful use in the second Anglo-Afghan War (1878-80), it became an important part of British military communications. Mance worked for the Persian Gulf Telegraph Department in India from 1863, and helped lay the first submarine telegraph cables in the Persian Gulf. He invented the Mance method to detect defects in submarine cables and locate their position.«
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