maram500: Danger Avoid Death: Pi. The answer is always pi.No, you moron--the answer is obviously always cheesecake...which is sort of like pie. A very large slice, drizzled with caramel and chocolate, with pecans and whipped cream./I sound fat//Also a fan of chocolate cream pie, French silk pie, and meat pies///From Louisiana, which explains the meat pies...
Secret Agent X23: 867-5309.
fredklein: Q3) How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?A) Um, does this situation come up often at this job? Because...
GBB: [www.wallsave.com image 850x531]Sheldon: This is the algorithm I've come up with to solve the puzzle of the encrypted phone number to an Australian start-up.Penny: Wouldn't it just be easier to Google it?
Barnstormer: The phone number +61(02)64577414Took me about 40 seconds.36^5 + 2*36^4 + 16*36^3 + 4*36^2 + 9*36 + 2Child's play.
Born to Die: Barnstormer: The phone number +61(02)64577414Took me about 40 seconds.36^5 + 2*36^4 + 16*36^3 + 4*36^2 + 9*36 + 2Child's play.Forgot to add 9 to your letter digits, dude. B36 = 11 (not 2) and P36 = 25 (not 16).Child's play for kids with 36 fingers.
dittybopper: dittybopper: WordyGrrl: spamdog: This has much more to do with marketing than HR.Definitely, yeah. Still, I'm kinda surprised more companies don't use an online test to weed out or select applicants. It'd make more sense than the current practice of having software scan resumes for buzzwords.The problem with that approach, as this thread shows, is that as soon as you put something like that online, a bunch of people who have no interest whatsoever in the job are going to figure it out and post the answers.Perfect example of that: The GCHQ Contest Fark thread.
lobotomy survivor: python>>> int("1BP49B", base=36)80113871If that's a complex problem in their company, then I don't want to work there.
lobotomy survivor: If that's a complex problem in their company, then I don't want to work there.
GeneralJim: Mugato: ...base 36. I think I got the number but I don't have a calling card to call those kangaroo humpers.If you just converted from base 36, that's not it. I called.The (02) in only used for in-country calls. From overseas you ignore the 0. From the US, 011 61 2 8011 3871 should be a Sidney phone number.
Hagbardr: 0118 999 881 99 9119 725 3
Uzzah: 0118 999 881 999 119 725..... 3
DammitIForgotMyLogin: That's "so hard that no one has managed to crack it yet"?My god, but Australians must be farking stupid
cranium: guess my math is wrong--I keep getting 8016-0527
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