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Whats your PIN number?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Maggot, 24 Sep 2007.

  1. Maggot

    Maggot Star of BBC 5Lives Ballot Box Brigade

    Location:
    Cheddar
    Just thought I'd give it a go:evil:
     
  2. alecstilleyedye

    alecstilleyedye nothing in moderation Staff Member

    984572394857139478502934750923784509237450923745097283405970239475092347502937450923745908273405987203495790234750928347509238475029347850923847502934875092384750923478509234750923745098273405972304957
     
  3. My pen number is G-1 0.5
     
  4. Mister Paul

    Mister Paul Honky

    Location:
    North Somerset
  5. twowheelsgood

    twowheelsgood Senior Member

    Location:
    Zurich Switzerland
    6-666, the number of the beast
     
  6. Smeggers

    Smeggers New Member

    9785

    Now what you gonna do about it?
     
  7. Mister Paul

    Mister Paul Honky

    Location:
    North Somerset
    They've had the number of the beast wrong all these years. It's a mistranslation that makes it 666.

    It is in fact 616.
     
  8. twowheelsgood

    twowheelsgood Senior Member

    Location:
    Zurich Switzerland
    Someone should write to Bruce Dickinson.
     
  9. piedwagtail91

    piedwagtail91 Über Member

    which one?
     
  10. domtyler

    domtyler Über Member

    That one.
     
  11. Twenty Inch

    Twenty Inch New Member

    Location:
    Behind a desk
    ****

    Same as everyone else's.
     
  12. bonj2

    bonj2 Guest

    depends which card. I've got three cards all with a different pin number.
     
  13. bonj2

    bonj2 Guest

    BTW I always think it's a good idea to stick with the pin number they give you, rather than change it to oneof your own choosing, as the one they choose for you is likely to be more random.
     
  14. JamesAC

    JamesAC Senior Member

    Location:
    London
  15. Mister Paul

    Mister Paul Honky

    Location:
    North Somerset
    How can one, four-digit number be more random than another?