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    Default Algebra

    Draw an upward sloping line on a piece of graph paper.
    At the top of the line insert Lempicka.
    At the bottom insert Very Mat Male.
    Go to the halfway point of the line, and move a little further up towards Lempicka, and mark a cross there with a black pen.

    I think I've just solved Armani's Black Code.
    Renato

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    Pi has to be in there somewhere... ;D
    The pursuit of philosophy is the hope that there is more to life than we realize. By philosophy, however, we come to realize that in fact there is less to life than previously imagined.

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    Renato, I think you get the best post of the year award. I'm going to see if I can use the algebra formula to solve some scent problems myself.
    --Chris
    That girl, that bottle, that mattress and me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Informer
    Pi has to be in there somewhere... ;D
    Possibly, but only if we multiply it with Diesel Zero Plus.
    Renato

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustB
    Renato, I think you get the best post of the year award. *I'm going to see if I can use the algebra formula to solve some scent problems myself.
    --Chris
    Thanks Chris, though beware, it can get frustrating.
    At the moment I have Davidoff's Silver Shadow Pure (I think it was called that, it's stronger than the EDT) on my wrist. And I have L'Homme Essentiel at the bottom of the graph, but can't figure out which one goes at the top end.
    Renato

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    If you drop down far enough on the y-axis you'll find JOOP!

    Aaron

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    Best thread I've seen in weeks!
    Top 3: London Gentleman, Blackbeard's Delight, and Sex Panther. (It works 60% of the time, every time.)

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    You fail to mention if it is a positive of negative slope *;D


    The eqn for a slope is: *m = y2-y1 / x2-x1

    It would be fun to see what fragrance you would use for these generic variables! *;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikkitosennomusha
    You fail to mention if it is a positive of negative slope *;D


    The eqn for a slope is: *m = y2-y1 / x2-x1

    It would be fun to see what fragrance you would use for these generic variables! *;D
    It depends on what one labels the two axis. If one labels the Y axis degree of Orientalness or amount of Oriental ingredients, and the X axis as amount of aniseed or liquorice wood, then the line would have a positive slope.
    Renato
    P.S. I don't think the answer would be m7, probably m1 (like in money supply)

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