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Reading War and Peace

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In my pursuit for Most Boring thread, you can now follow my progress in reading War and Peace here.

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So you are reading the shortened version.

Lazy.
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It's fecken small print.
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Let me be the first, What page you on?

EDIT Sorry hadn't read your post thouroughly, re. Page.

Having thought about this, you could well be on to a winner for the most boring thread - I doff my welding mask to you.
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Remember who won the poll. It's not a competition but I'm winning.
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ThruBeingCool wrote: 13 May 2017, 23:03 Remember who won the poll. It's not a competition but I'm winning.
You've got to put in more effort to maintain that position.
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Page 115

End of Volume 1, Part 1
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Get On With It!
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and all the cunts that should fuck off...
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Bag Lady wrote: 14 May 2017, 21:10 Page 115

End of Volume 1, Part 1
So, that's 28 pages in a day...
Keep up that pace and you'll be done in 44.39285714285714 days!

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elvisintheclouds wrote: 15 May 2017, 13:14
Bag Lady wrote: 14 May 2017, 21:10 Page 115

End of Volume 1, Part 1
So, that's 28 pages in a day...
Keep up that pace and you'll be done in 44.39285714285714 days!

:roll:
That would be reassuring if I'd made it to page 143 yesterday but alas... Page 126.

Recalculate :roll:
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interesting.

I am re reading some of my old Strangled magazines,there's some truley far fetched, like the frank fountain abuduction report by aliens. It was really a wacky story, to the point where he was actually on the alien ship and yellow spheres started talking to him, they said to him that most of what happend to him would be wiped from he's memory, but bits would come back to him, enough for a 4 page article in strangled magazine. That's a Wednesday morning day off i will never get back!. :?
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Bag Lady wrote: 16 May 2017, 07:49
elvisintheclouds wrote: 15 May 2017, 13:14
Bag Lady wrote: 14 May 2017, 21:10 Page 115

End of Volume 1, Part 1
So, that's 28 pages in a day...
Keep up that pace and you'll be done in 44.39285714285714 days!

:roll:
That would be reassuring if I'd made it to page 143 yesterday but alas... Page 126.

Recalculate :roll:
Considering these new variables and allowing for averages, normalisation and other discrepancies the new estimate can be best explained using the following formula:

Time to read = total pages/pages per day +or- ppd variance factor*pi/sqrt2

Which yields the following: TTR <=> 44.39285714285714 days!

Which could also be expressed as: TTR >=< 44.39285714285714 days!


:roll:
Thank you very much
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