Old 15th January 2015, 22:47   #1
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Numbers

I can reel off the following upon request:
  • Social Security Number
  • Tax File Number (AUS version of SSN)
  • Driver's Licence number
  • Brand new credit card number, expiry and CCV
  • Previous credit card number, expiry and CCV
  • Savings account BSB and account number
  • Two childhood home telephone numbers
  • USA apartment's telephone number
  • Mobile phone numbers: Mine, ShyShy's, Shy Jr's, my brother's, my mate's, my Mum's

Questions:
  • What numbers do you know off the top of your head?
  • What's wrong with my brain?
  • Who gives a fuck?
  • Etc.


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Old 16th January 2015, 09:39   #2
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SSN
First childhood phone number
Dad's old phone number
My and my mom's phone numbers
Permutations to a 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube
Speed of light in miles per second and rounded up meters per second
Speed of sound in miles per hour, at sea level, at 20C.
Feet in a mile
Miles to a light-year
Average light distance from Sun to Earth, and Earth to Moon

nothing of use, really.

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Old 17th January 2015, 12:25   #3
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SSN
old bank card number
a few phone numbers
license plates for my car from TX and AZ
plate for girlfriend's car
plate for a 2000 Chevy Malibu we had back in the day
friends license plate
almost have my car's VIN memorized
a few old addresses
first and last days(dates) of my first job
my birthday


That's about it I think...

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Old 17th January 2015, 14:18   #4
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phonenumbers of girls I used to like roughly 15 years ago - I don't care about them anymore but can't seem to forget their numbers
ssn (called BSN here)
IBAN bank account
license plate of old cars
postal codes
some passwords with random characters
forumID's

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Old 18th January 2015, 01:35   #5
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So many numbers, so little time.

Some of my favourites are the odd ones we know only as letters.

e, pi, i, phi, aleph null, that sort of thing.
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Old 19th January 2015, 17:48   #6
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I read your posts and picked out ones that I also can do, plus added some of my own.
SSN
Driver’s License Number
Current Credit card information, almost got old one right but forgot a couple digits
Two bank account numbers for me, plus the one we set up for our daughter
Bank routing number
Dozens of phone numbers for family and friends (I’m still old school stuck on dialing digits for some reason, even if I look it up on the phone’s directory, I still mutter it out loud and then type digits for some odd reason). WotL, it disturbs me that after reading your post, I am the same about X’s.
Zip codes, area codes, street address numbers for people, mostly friends and family but also the 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. address.
Feet in a mile
Earth to moon miles (sorry I didn’t know the sun)
Earth circumference at equator
Total miles of I-80 from coast to coast in USA
Total miles wide and tall for the state of Pennsylvania at widest and tallest points.
Distances between my driveway and a few friends, in miles and in time measurements
Inches to a foot and many other similar conversions, metric and USA standard
Number of cubic inches and liter measurements for displacements to many vehicle engines, also their rated horsepower and some 0-60 mph times.
Indoor square footage of past apartments and houses, acreage too.
Common sizes of many consumer products
Number of seasons of favorite TV shows
Temperatures and measurements for cooking different recipes
Ideal temperatures for hot tubs, clothes dryers, cpus, refrigerators, freezers, and the breaking point at which I switch from home meds to a doctor visit
Steps to my floor in my college dorm to my floor
Good verses bad prices on many consumer products, including what I paid for nearly every significant purchase my family has made (I’m overly anal about this kinda stuff)
Rated wattage of amps and speakers on the DJ system
Bolt and nut head sizes for many items that are frequently used such as oil plugs on the vehicles
Specs of past computers and other electronics
My current and one past license plate numbers
Years or sometimes exact dates for major personal life and historical events
Pi, but only up to 3.14159, Avogadro’s number, and a few other science numbers such as atomic numbers and atomic masses of a few elements, and the number of electrons in the outer shell, etc.
# of sound files, image files, document files, and video files on my server
Amount of money worth of gift cards in an envelope and dollars in my wallet
Employee ID number, past and present, student ID numbers from undergrad and grad school,
867-530 niiiieeeeeiiiiine (the song!, yes, I know you’re singing it now, you can thank me later)
Birthdays and ages of many family and friends
Feet in a human digestive system, bones in a human body, including some parts, such as the hand, teeth in the mouth, etc.
Cinder blocks in my dad’s tool shed
# of pounds of vinyl records I have (but oddly I don’t know how many actual records there are) This comes from having to move them so many times in my life.
Number of cords of firewood burned for each of the last 7 years
Many numbers for work, e.g. phone extensions for co-workers, passcodes for computers and copy machines, # of students on my caseload, minimum requirements for the PROMISE scholarship, numbers involving graduation requirements, test scores that fit different standard deviation placements, diagnoses, and classifications, etc.
# of different brands/styles of beers I have tasted, # of 12 oz. beers that it would take to fill a keg, a carboy, and my stein, ABV of many specific liquors, etc.
Music numbers e.g. frequencies for different tuning notes, numbers involving inches of tubing for brass instruments, number of strings/keys on string/woodwind instruments, how many minutes are in the three minute waltz, number of hours in Wagner’s Ring cycle, etc.
Combination to my old high school lock when I was a student (it is still the same after all these years according to those that work there).
Tire sizes, oil type, filter model, windshield wiper lengths, etc. for several vehicles.
Dimensions of my dinner table cloth (I know that’s really odd that I would know that).
Probably more, but I’m quite certain that you’re sick of reading this if you made it this far.

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Old 19th January 2015, 22:28   #7
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Side note: the URL to that image is... impressive. No filename extension.

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Old 20th January 2015, 20:44   #8
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Oh, forgot since I work in a warehouse: The amount of boxes per layer on a pallet and the amount on a full pallet, of over hundreds of different products, including the kind of pallet those products are on. (possibly thousands? I really don't know) We distribute most of the stuff you can buy in a supermarket.

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