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http://www.worldometers.info/

Busy busy busy busy .......... :shifty:
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Durr, 14 degrees!


That's chilling! :shifty:
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We're screwed. -.<
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6,775,142,425 Current World Population
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And still growing by the second.
You peeps should sleep more.
Really.
And I mean 'sleep' as in ... sleep.
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Wow... is this site for real or just something to give us all an apporximate idea.
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Santhosh CHRiS wrote:Wow... is this site for real or just something to give us all an apporximate idea.

Think that one over for a second.
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Santhosh CHRiS wrote:Wow... is this site for real or just something to give us all an apporximate idea.

You haven't been in a maternity ward recently, have you?


Every time a baby is born, he/she is tagged and a message with his/her info is sent to worldmeters for statistical reasons.


Same goes for deaths and global warmth.
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haha been there before but its still cool to spend a minute thinking of how many people there are born every seccond
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Larry Laffer wrote:
Santhosh CHRiS wrote:Wow... is this site for real or just something to give us all an apporximate idea.

You haven't been in a maternity ward recently, have you?


Every time a baby is born, he/she is tagged and a message with his/her info is sent to worldmeters for statistical reasons.


Same goes for deaths and global warmth.
And you also forgot the little chips they put in the cigarettes that tell World-o-meter every time someone lights up!
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Dogbreath wrote:
Larry Laffer wrote:
Santhosh CHRiS wrote:Wow... is this site for real or just something to give us all an apporximate idea.

You haven't been in a maternity ward recently, have you?


Every time a baby is born, he/she is tagged and a message with his/her info is sent to worldmeters for statistical reasons.


Same goes for deaths and global warmth.
And you also forgot the little chips they put in the cigarettes that tell World-o-meter every time someone lights up!
Ahem... a simple no would've been suffice :suspicious:
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Santhosh CHRiS wrote:
Dogbreath wrote:
Larry Laffer wrote:
You haven't been in a maternity ward recently, have you?


Every time a baby is born, he/she is tagged and a message with his/her info is sent to worldmeters for statistical reasons.


Same goes for deaths and global warmth.
And you also forgot the little chips they put in the cigarettes that tell World-o-meter every time someone lights up!
Ahem... a simple no would've been suffice :suspicious:

But it wouldn't've been nearly as fun.
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Larry Laffer wrote:But it wouldn't've been nearly as fun.
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Bad, bad , bààààààd Larry.
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What surprises me is that they don't have a viewcounter.
Would have thought that would be right up their alley.

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There's more overweight people than malnourished people so if we just feed the overweight people to the malnourished people we can solve all our problems!
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lakerzz8 wrote:There's more overweight people than malnourished people so if we just feed the overweight people to the malnourished people we can solve all our problems!
We need more geniuses like you in political office. We could solve the obesity crisis and world hunger in one fell stroke!

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lakerzz8 wrote:There's more overweight people than malnourished people so if we just feed the overweight people to the malnourished people we can solve all our problems!
Sounds like a suitable back-story for a new 16-bit game. :P
Dogbreath wrote:What else did you expect?
Perhaps the revelation of a global conspiracy only privy to the members of the DOSGames community? *shrugs*
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