I work as the sole administrative assistant for a physics journal and during the summer months a lot of our authors (who are physics professors) are on vacation (as is my boss) so sometimes during the summer there are days or weeks on end where no work comes in (yet I still get paid - HA!). One day I was so bored I used the Internet (and even made some calls) to figure out how many "Kraft Singles" would fit in Boeing's Everett hangar (which at least at the time was one of the World's largest building). I've long ago got rid of the figures, but I, with the help of a UW math major, a bored information officer at Boeing, and a bored customer service rep at Kraft figured out how many processed cheese slices it would take to fill Boeing plant. Not satisfied, we figured out how long it would take for it to spoil 100% to the core (it was something like 240 years for the center to finally succumb to mold). We also figured how long it would take a rat to gnaw through to the core (it would actually take a team of rats something like 90 years). My boss is going on a 3 week vacation next week and I have to be here in case the phone rings (it won't...it never does). Anyone have an interesting problem that needs to be solved. I'm kind of wondering how much Kraft Macaroni and Cheese would take to fill the Grand Canyon to the top (including how much butter, pepper, and garlic salt I would need to suit my taste..I never put in the cream...okay, my White Trash roots are showing).