points for nietod

thanks for your help with question  Q.10291849 .

Now, for 50 points, how many beans make 5 ?
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KangaRooCommented:
I guess that's to difficult...
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joepaladinCommented:

I'll take the points if Nietod doesn't
want them. 5

Clears it out of the question que
anyway.
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nietodCommented:
Why wouldn't I want them?

And how am I supposed to answer now that you have?
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graham_kAuthor Commented:
whilst I have never (ever, ever) read a post titled "points for XXX", I never cease to be amazed when anyone, other that the intended recipient of the points, posts to mine.

I guess it's just a Monday morning thing, but I don't see the humo(u)r in Mr. Paladin's post.
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nietodCommented:
I don't think I've ever seen it happen before.  Now that there is a withdraw answer option too, he could have withdrawn the answer if he took the time to look at the question.

Number of beans = int (Number of days in a year/number of weeks in a year) - 2
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graham_kAuthor Commented:
well, since I sorta know you of old (as well as anyone can 'know' someone through EE), I'll give you an A, mostly for effort. The actual answer which I was looking for is "blue".
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