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the answer:

 

static electricity caused the fire and it came from the woman's dress. here's the news article of that occurance.

 

hxxp://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4252692.stm

 

Man's static jacket sparks alert

An Australian man built up so much static electricity in his clothes as he walked that he burned carpets, melted plastic and sparked a mass evacuation.

Frank Clewer, of the western Victorian city of Warrnambool, was wearing a synthetic nylon jacket and a woollen shirt when he went for a job interview.

As he walked into the building, the carpet ignited from the 40,000 volts of static electricity that had built up.

"It sounded almost like a firecracker or something like that," he said.

"Within about five minutes, the carpet started to erupt," he told Australian radio.

Considerable current

Perplexed firemen evacuated the building and cut its electricity supply, thinking the burns could have been caused by a power surge.

"There were several scorch marks in the carpet, and we could hear a cracking noise - a bit like a whip - both inside and outside the building," said fire official Henry Barton.

Mr Clewer said that after leaving the building, he scorched a piece of plastic in his car.

His clothes were measured by firemen as carrying an electrical charge of 40,000 volts, the Reuters news agency quoted Mr Barton as saying.

The fire official added that the charge was close to being high enough to cause the items to spontaneously combust.

"I've been firefighting for over 35 years and I've never come across anything like this," he said.

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New question:

 

Two girls ate dinner together. They both ordered iced tea.

 

One girl drank them very fast and had finished five in the time it took the other to drink just one.

 

The girl who drank one died while the other survived.

 

All of the drinks were poisoned

 

How did the girl who drank the most survived?

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New question:

 

Two girls ate dinner together. They both ordered iced tea.

 

One girl drank them very fast and had finished five in the time it took the other to drink just one.

 

The girl who drank one died while the other survived.

 

All of the drinks were poisoned

 

How did the girl who drank the most survived?

Hmmm, I guess the poison was in the ice. So, yung uminom ng isa, natunawan na ng ice, humalo na sa iced tea; while yung uminom ng 5 hindi pa natutunaw yung ice kaya di siya nalason.

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Eto naman, medyo easy lang.

A commercial plane traversing the route of Kuala Lumpur to HongKong crashed into the West Philippine Sea. Where did they bury the survivors?

Hehehe, Bury survivors? That would be murder. So walang libingan.

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Eto naman, medyo easy lang.

A commercial plane traversing the route of Kuala Lumpur to HongKong crashed into the West Philippine Sea. Where did they bury the survivors?

 

Of course wala Sir.. why do they need to bury the survivors.. Diba sir survivor nga meaning they are still alive.. hehehe

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another question

A couple who was married for 30 years, lives in a circle house together with their son and daughter, 19 and 24 years old, respectively. A driver, a gardener, and a maid works for the family.

One summer morning, the driver was found dead on the street outside the house. The cause of death was a stab wound on the back, and it also appears that he was hit on the head. The investigators arrived on the crime scene and they concluded that the driver was killed on or about 11:00 PM, and that the killing was not made on the street.

The police officers made inquiries to the members of the household. They were particularly asked: "Where were you and what are you doing last night, around 11:00 PM?"

The father said he was on the garage, working on his car.

The mother said that she was on the kitchen, cooking dinner.

The daughter said that she was just on one corner, reading a book.

The son said he was in his room, doing his homework.

The maid said that she was just finishing the laundry.

The gardener said that he was in the backyard, trimming and watering the plants,

Who among the members of the household killed the driver?

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actually lahat naman ng responses nila, improbable excuses. kasi di naman normal na ginagawa nila yung mga bagay ng 11PM, and di rin normal na nagaaral ng summer. improbable, but not impossible.

except for the daughter kasi wala naman corner ang circle house :)

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