I received the following questions from by post “Stump the Chump“
 
Q: what... is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?
A: I'll tell you if you bring me a shrubbery.
 
Q: How many plain M&M's could you fit into a Boeing 747-400 Freighter? How many Peanut M&M's?
A: M&M's usually fly coach.
 
Q: If you took all the characters of all the code in the .NET core framework 1.1 and made a single string, how many times can you circle the world assuming each character is of Arial font Size 10pt.
A: That exceeds the maximum string length.
 
Q: What is six times nine?
A: I hate trick questions
 
Q: Why is the sky blue?
A: You've got blue sky?
 
Q: wie lautet die hundert-milliardenste stelle der kreiszahl?
A: Unterhalt weg vom Gras
 
Q: Where can I get the perfect girl?
A: Sorry, she's taken.
 
Q: Where exactly in the world is Waldo?
A: He's in a rehab center outside of Des Moines.
 
Q: If tin whistles are made out of tin, what do they make fog horns out of ?
A: Giant southern-accented chickens
 
Q: What is the exact numerical value of pi?
A:  1.0, but that's in pinary.
 
Q: Has the milk in my refrigerator gone sour?
A: You don't have milk.  At least you won't by the time you get home.
 
Q: If I buy 3 pies on Tuesday, 4 pies on Wednesday and 5 pies on Friday...and the pies cost $3.00 apiece on Tuesday, going up by a factor of 1.5 each day per pie...How long will it take two hamsters to change the spark plugs on a '57 Chevy?
A: Click and Clack answered this one last month.  With the price of pies these days, the hamsters switched to a more pie efficient hybrid vehicle.
 
Matt