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Single wood brigde, two Rands, who passes first?

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Drauntz
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A narrow bridge allows one man pass each time. RandA wants to go south, RandB wants to go north. Who will pass first?

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Both can pass, if they take turns. heh

“Well all the apostles, they’re sittin’ on the swings, sayin’ I’d sell off my savior for a set of new rings.”

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They'd probably work together and build a second brisge.
 
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