Interesting thoughts/theory of mf'ing So I recall reading in the pindlethon 3 thread that everyone was saying that the chances of a TC 87 dropping was one in about every 2000 runs. Here is what has been bothering me though. Do you at all think it makes a difference how many runs you run at once. For example, lets just say that one in a hundred was the exact probability of a TC 87 dropping. Now, if I ran 1000 pindle runs in a row, I would therefor obtain one TC 87. On the other hand lets say I only ran 100 runs. The 1 in a 1000 probability still applies but yet more than likely you will not recieve your TC 87. Anyways, after those hundred runs you go eat some lunch then maybe watch your favorite tv show. Afterwards you come back and run 100 more runs with that 1 outta 1000 probability still existing and more than likely you will still recieve no TC 87. Now as of now this may have seen like random rambling but here is my point for all of this. Right now I'm a college kid with no job which means I do have my oppurtunties to run pindle often, but not consistenly. So does anyone think it would be pointless to run him 5 times a day and only 20 runs each time due to conflicting time schedule. I often find myself with only 20 minutes but I never feel like running him since I feel I only have luck with him when I can at least run 100 runs in a row or more. Sorry if this was long, but its just been bothering me for the past week or so.