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Old 2012-04-07, 19:20   #23
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This is an American style joke. I can break it down for you if you like.....
Not just American. Us English use it as well.
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Old 2017-04-30, 21:50   #24
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Sorry for bumping such an old thread, but the sequence finally lost the 23*3*5! I thought it would never do that:

Code:
i453=23*34*52*9155473254473425319299608551563835006281129598909855903792397840252006513714630777364663191688356389228921045252508960445021501121383
i454=24*3*5*83*268692709*C125
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