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Polak Joins Baseball Team - Miscellaneous
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A Polak wanted to join an amateur baseball team. The coach looked him over and decided to give him a chance."I will give you three questions," said the coach. "If you come back in a week and answer them all correctly, you're on the team.""Fair enough!" said the Polak eagerly.The coach proceeded, "Here are your questions. First, how many days are there in a week that start with the letter 'T'? Second, how many seconds are there in a year? And third, how many d's are there in 'Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer?'"Next week, the Polak came back, feeling all confident that he knew the right answers. So again the coach said, "So how many days in the week that start with 'T'?"The Polak said, "Two!""Very good!" said the coach. And what are they?""Today and Tomorrow!""Hmm... OK," said the coach."How many seconds are there in a year?""Twelve!""Twelve? How did you come up with twelve?" The coach was perplexed."Well," said the Polak, "there's the second of January, the second of February, the second of...""Um.. OK," broke in the coach."How many d's in 'Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer?'""Oh, that is easy!" laughed the Polak. "Three hundred and sixty-five!""WHAT?" cried the coach. "How did you get that figure?"To which the Polak sang, "dee dee dee-dee-dee dee-dee...."
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