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1. Jon says that Bubba owns 100 or more pigs, Tom says that Bubba owns less than 100 pigs and Todd says that Bubba owns at least one pig.  If ONLY one of those statements is true, how many pigs does Bubba own?
Answer: Bubba is a cow farmer and doesn't own any pigs.  Therefore Tom's statement is correct.

2. The 22nd and 24th presidents of the USA had the same mother & father but were not brothers, how can this be?
Answer:  It was the same man.  Grover Cleveland served two terms from 1885 to 1889 and 1893 to 1897.  Don't believe us?  Look it up!

3. A man takes a bath in a windowless, locked, watertight room.  The water knobs are stripped as he attempts to turn off the water.  Water starts to cover the floor and is rising fast, how can he avoid drowning?
Answer:  The man pulled the plug out of the drain in the tub. (Folks just remember Mike writes these.)

4. How many 1’x1’x1’ bricks would it take to complete a building that is 20’ long on all 4 sides and 20’ high? 
Answer:  The key word here is "complete."  And it only takes one brick to complete the building.

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