Discussion in 'The Bathroom Wall' started by ysabel, Nov 20, 2008.
to change a light bulb? opcorn:
1 to change it
3 to complain about the change, and how they liked the old one more
2 to express their disappointment in the type of lightbulb chosen
8 to say it was a great move on the part of the lightbulb changer
and 1 to say those 8 are just kissing up to the first one.
2. One to screw in the light bulb and the other to give an infraction to the guy for doing it wrong.
The answer is that it will take an infinite number of members to change a light-bulb. As one person screws it in, another will deny that it ever happened, or that it is indeed a light-bulb.
At least 29 people:
1 to start a thread to ask for a consensus on how to go about it
1 to volunteer to change it
1 to tell the volunteer that he'll fail
1 to laugh at the volunteer for volunteering
1 to be suspicious of the volunteer. hmm, why does he want to do it?
1 to encourage the volunteer and rep him for his dedication
1 to suggest that the bulb should be turned clockwise
1 to say that turning left is always better
1 to back up "left turning" suggestion
1 to claim that there's a liberal conspiracy going on
1 to suggest that changing the light bulb is a socialist idea
1 to give a lecture on what socialism means
1 to tell a totally unrelated joke because he's sick of hearing about political bickering
1 to laugh at the joke even if it's not funny
1 to ask if his spree will be affected by the light bulb change
1 to ask if changing the light bulk will affect the color of the reps he receives
1 to neg the person above for the lulz
1 to attempt to bring back the discussion on topic
1 to question the need for changing the light bulb at this moment
1 to answer simply, "because we can"
1 to give a scientific response on the advantages of changing the light bulb and how it affects our health and the environment
1 to give a philosophical reason that no one understands, even himself
1 to tell the pseudo-scientist and pseudo-philosopher to stfu
1 to report person above for flaming
1 to blog about it while people are arguing and still undecided
1 to butt in after hours of reading the thread: "Seriously? This needed a discussion?"
1 who ignores the thread gets the bulb, changes it. done.
1 who would ask "who changed the bulb????!!"
1 who would say "praise the lord, it's a miracle"
I found directions.
1 to change it
1 to complain about the rep they received for watching the person change it.
5 other people to neg the complainer.
Forget it. Some bulbs never change.
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