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by , 18th September 2012 at 07:00 AM (324 Views)
If you were to count one number each second, 24 hours a day, it would take you over 31 years to reach one billion. So the average human being of an age where they are able to count, will never be able to reach four billion, or even two or three if you account for the time spent asleep.
Then how does one accomplish such a monotonous and utterly pointless feat? By being undead of course. If not, then you're doing it wrong, since wasting time is supposed to be fun. I spent a lot of time in the last five weeks I've been without internet on proactive, life-improving things.
It was horrible.
It feels good to be back. Time well wasted is its own reward.
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  1. Karamazov's Avatar
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    But will the count be able to keep counting then he accidentally bites his tongue off?
  2. TheMissingno.'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karamazov
    But will the count be able to keep counting then he accidentally bites his tongue off?
    He'll still be able to count in his head.
  3. Winterdaze's Avatar
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    @Karamazov Nope. Bet he wasn't counting on that to happen.
  4. User_Name's Avatar
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    2,271,427,200. That's how many seconds the average human can count for until the end of their life, assuming he or she knows how to count during the second they're born, and that they don't sleep their entire life. That is a sad life.

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