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    1. Why are there no "B" batteries? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. What do batteries run on? (Contributed by Don F.)
    3. Why does Radio Shack ask for your phone number when you buy batteries? (Contributed by Don F.)
    4. Why is it that everytime you go to use a flashlight the batteries are dead? (Contributed by Don F.)
    5. Why don't batteries come in packs of one? (Contributed by Alex Petty)
    6. Who invented the solar-powered flashlight? And why? (Contributed by Jermz)
    7. If you kicked the Energizer Bunny would you be charged with assaulting the battery? (Contributed by W.J. Newhart)
    8. Why is it called a flashlight if the light it emits is steady? (Contributed by Jim Adams)
    9. Why do you start pressing the buttons harder on the TV remote once you know the batteries are low? (Contributed by Mad Dog)
    10. Can you tell when a battery is dead by its weight? (Contributed by Gregory Lam)
    11. Why is a black light not black? (Contributed by Don F.)
    12. If you buy a battery recharger that runs on batteries, and they run out, how do you recharge them? (Contributed by Rachel S.)
    13. How much energy does it take to power the low battery sign on your calculator? (Contributed by Ossie Michelin)
    14. Why do cordless phone batteries run out even when they're just sitting there not turned on? (Contributed by Lachessis)
    15. Why are lighters called lighters? They don't produce much light at all, do they? (Contributed by Sarah D.)
    16. How come when smoke detectors need new batteries, they only chirp in the middle of the night? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    17. In some movies, when somebody walks through a dark passage, using a candle, you can see the shadow of the candle on the wall. Why is that? (Contributed by Matias O.)
    18. How can batteries die? (Contributed by Ahmad)
    19. Why is it that batteries are wrapped in a plastic that could probably survive a nuclear blast, while light bulbs are wrapped in a slim cardboard container? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    20. Is a flashlight just a case for holding dead batteries? (Contributed by J.H.)
    21. Are dead batteries given away free of charge? (Contributed by Will)
    22. If a battery just has to work, why pick Duracell? (Contributed by Bob M.)
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