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#34 - You sure about that? given that he's asian  [+] (2 replies) 05/25/2016 on the push up challenge +20
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#57 - mindyourownbusines (05/25/2016) [-]
Did you ever notice, shorter arms are an advantage in lifting. You have to move the weight less distance.
#61 - mixedfeelings (05/25/2016) [-]
yes but you have to walk longer to get them
#26 - I dont like dogs, but if this story is true, it's sad af  [+] (1 reply) 05/15/2016 on who let the feels out? 0
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#33 - bendingtimeisgood (05/15/2016) [-]
#2 - source. 05/07/2016 on one pun +3
#214 - It's actually quite simple if you write out all the choises, w…  [+] (3 replies) 03/29/2016 on I wanna read the comments... +2
#217 - anon (03/29/2016) [-]
I know the math does work out but in your example. The host would have the option of opening either goat door if you initially choose the car door. Then there are 2 ways to win and lose in each scenario..

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#220 - historycanon (03/29/2016) [-]
Does not change the odds. If you pick A and the host removes a goat, you still switch to a goat. So you lose either way.

If you pick A and the host removes a goat, you still stick with the car, so you win either way.
The host removing B or C does not chance the outcome, therefore does not changes the odds
#218 - anon (03/29/2016) [-]
nvm ignore my comment