Infrequently Asked Questions (IFAQ)

Question: Is it true that every time I visit this site someone consumes a can of Easy Cheese?

Answer: Yes, a study of current demographic data indicates that, in all likelyhood, each time this website is viewed, a can of Easy Cheese is consumed somewhere in the world.

Q: One time I went to this movie and these two guys came and sat right in front of me and I couldn't see anything.

A: That is not a question.

Q: Has David Sinden ever played the Celesta in a piece by Roger Nixon with the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Wind Ensemble under the direction of Nathan Carter?

A: Yes.

Q: You wanna watch a movie tonight?

A: Maybe. Let me talk to you after the questions.

Q: What is the legal basis for Spain's claim over Gibraltar?

A: None. In the Treaty of Utrecht, Spain signed away Gibraltar in perpetuity- that means forever. This was confirmed in the Treaty of Versailles of 1783. Spain also claims that UN Resolution 2353(XXII) supports her claim of territorial integrity above Gibraltarian self-determination- it does not. The UN Committee on Decolonization has repeatedly stated that "there is no option other than self-determination." See also UN Articles 73 and 74, and Resolution 1514 (XV)

Q: Could you hold my ferret? I left my Easy Cheese on the bus.

A: Sure, this happens all the time.

Q: What is the capital of Wyoming?

A: Cheyenne.

Q: What do I need to know about international law before using IRC?

A: A few things. Libel laws only apply on a federal level. Trafficking in Warez (the free redistribution of copywrited software programs) is prosecutable as theft in any case, if you're caught Avoid encryption programs from out of the country under any circumstances. Import/Export laws can be tricky.

Q: What is Al Gore's middle name?

A: The former Vice President's full name is Albert Arnold Gore, Jr.

Q: What is the most commonly used number base?

A: The most common number base is base 60. The sexagesimal number base was first used by Babylonians. They divided degrees and hours into parts of 60 minutes and then 60 seconds. Today, we use a modified sexagesimal system. Sexagesimal digits are always displayed in base 10. So, every time that you look at a clock, latitude and longitude coordinates, etc., you are using base 60.

Q: What is the official song of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico?

A: The Borinquen Anthem.

Q: My ten year old child's upper canine teeth have not appeared yet, should I be worried?

A: Yes, if they cannot be palpated on the buccal and a panoramic radiograph indicates that the unerupted canine cusp tip is overlapping or mesial to a completely developed lateral incisor. There is a good chance that the permanent canines may impact palatally. Extraction of the upper primary canines may be indicated.

Q: When is the last time these questions were updated?

A: This site was last updated 8 October 2004 9:08 EST (not Daylight time because it was done in Indiana) at the request of Miss Janey Elizabeth Leggiero.

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