>The best way to generate a random number without using a computer(aka I
>have no access to programming tools, am bored in work & want to do a few
>>For smaller numbers I take a handfull of paperclips, shake em, take a few
>away & drop em on the desk, there's your random number.
>>Anything lager simply do that again & multiply the first pile by the
>second, or have the second pile as the power of the first.
>>Anyone else got any other ideas?
And here is my idea, take your phonebook, close your eyes and than open this book and point with
your finger on any number....Next time it will be another number...
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