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So now what? We start a new game?
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Haha, I didn't know someone could win... Maybe someone else will think of something that could own my smart mouse.

Edited by stettybet0, 07 January 2009 - 12:27 PM.

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(That's supposed to be a smart dog) :)
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The smart dog gets owned by smarter dogs! :)
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The smarter dogs playing poker get owned by the smarts minds of the world playing poker. :)

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Alright, there will be four ownings here (to own each person):

To own Data, some M.C. Escher to overload his visual processor.

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For Einstein, Pope Urban VIII, the Pope who excommunicated Galileo for beliefs much less radical than Einstein's.

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For Mozart (or some famous composer?), a little kid playing a recorder, which is probably the most disharmonious sound one can imagine.

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For Hawkings, some stairs.

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You're pure evil! :)

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Black hole owns all!
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Black holes can only suck things in going the speed of light or slower. With faster than light travel, you are able to escape from a black hole! Thus, a ship with a warp drive owns a black hole.

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Once again... The spanner rules.
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I take it "spanner" is Australian for "wrench." :)

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Some Advice. That is Sir Issic Newton. Not a composser.
and yes Star ships can get dragged in by black holes.
that is the Enterprise NX-01. The first star ship built by Humans that could carry a crew and explore. The Enterprise NCC 1701-B was dragged into a black hole. that is about 100 years after the ship. And no a spammer doesn't rule because you need something like Cutting Lasers to get into it with the shields and armor down. :)
I'm a star trek geek. :)
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Oh well, everyone from the 18th century looks the same with those silly wigs...

The wrench could work if it was an inside job, done by one of the crew, so getting though the hull would not be required.

Anyways, Troy picked an easy one.

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Well, if it's worth doing, it's worth overdoing.

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Edited by Fredil, 07 January 2009 - 08:33 PM.

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