Discussion in 'Games Forum' started by sgtsjj, Jan 14, 2011.
Yes, someone knows.
But does anyone care?
the person that posted the question cares.
How many waves hit the shore per hour?
The number of waves that hit the shore per hour depends largely on wind condition. Rate tends to be from 15-26 per minute ... varying with conditions. This can simply be multiplied by 60 minutes to get the rate per hour. What wind condition did you have in mind when you asked?
Are we getting an education ?
No, -we- aren't. (You might be.) It's been kinda lame with you gone, [MENTION=48417]Coach24[/MENTION]; what's it going to take to get you to hang out, again?
My apologies. I have been working overtime to get this body back in some kinda condition that keeps me away from the sterile Hotel.
Be assured I would rather hang with you folks than where I have been. I am cautiously optimistic about getting back to a steady edumacation from you Professor. Worried about about sarge as I havent seen him for awhile on here. Hope all is well for all folks. Yeah Prof I think with H you are doing quite well.
Was there a question in that?
Dang Alzheimer meds. If you forget to take you forget other things as well. Did I forget to post a question?
Was there not a question in my post?
Can I get a nurse in here to help me remember?
I think the nurse on duty is male; I'll send for him. That's exactly what you had in mind, right? LOL
Oh no! They have male nurses now a days? Don't you think they should have finished their doctorates?
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