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depends how fast u throw it...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

and where would you find a 312 pound donut??????????? not to mention how could you throw it, let alone lift it!

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Q: If you are traveling at 55mph traveling south and there is someone traveling north at 25 mph and you throw a 312 LB donut at them how much force did you hit them with?
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