How many Aspies does it take to screw in a light bulb??

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04 Dec 2013, 12:40 am

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Two - one to screw in the bulb and the other to have a meltdown about the fact the bulb's gone and it shoulda lasted for 10,000 hours and it only lasted 6,756 hours and its not fair and why is it only his bulbs that have to blow and the meds aren't working and his shrink's an incompetent bast*rd


Three. I'm the Aspie that at least points out that the 10,000 is AVERAGE life. And rounded off, for that matter. Not a hard-and-fast minimum for ALL bulbs. I'd be disappointed if there isn't a standard deviation listed, though... with one, it'd be pretty easy to figure how many standard deviations below the mean that bulb lasted! That would open up statistical analysis for many bulbs to test that 10,000 mean... my alternate hypothesis would be BELOW 10,000 since most anyone would be happy to have it last MORE than 10,000 hours...


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04 Dec 2013, 2:07 am

Two. One uses the force while the other pretends to screw it in.


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04 Dec 2013, 9:27 pm

One but; If it’s a bulb in my house, it may take me a year or two to get around to it.



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04 Dec 2013, 9:42 pm

One, obviously. Are you stupid? Oh... it was a joke. :oops: