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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   3/18/2014 2:04:34 PM
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@Stargzer: K9·2Be10 = Hot Dog

That's easy for you to say LOL

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Max The Magnificent   3/18/2014 2:03:30 PM
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@another nickname: There are 3 kinds of people in the wolrd. Those who can count and ...

... those who can't spell "world"? LOL

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Stargzer   3/18/2014 1:47:06 PM
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From the 1960s:

a∫sds=½ass

From another friend.  If I had learned more of these I might have done better in calculus.

a⌠   1     dcabin=log cabin
  ⌡ cabin

(formatting can be a real bear ...)

(Wikipedia article on the SDS)

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Chemical Joke
Stargzer   1/23/2014 1:08:13 PM
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While we're working on bad puns, a chemical rebus:

K9·2Be10 = Hot Dog

 

(Yeah, I know, it may be off topic, but it's 50% numbers.)

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Re: Number joke
another nickname   1/21/2014 9:36:20 PM
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There are 3 kinds of people in the wolrd. Those who can count and ...

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David Ashton   1/17/2014 6:18:02 PM
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@BigTech0 - the "COMMENT" link under the main article does not let you comment.  Very intuitive, that.

If you click "Post Message" under any existing comment, that lets you post a reply to the main article (ie a top-of-thread comment). "Reply" as you've found, lets you reply to an existing comment.

For an engineering site, I sometimes wonder who dreamed this up (and what he was smoking) :-)

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A number is involved....
Michael.Wilson.Argent   1/17/2014 5:57:07 PM
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in this joke, which many of you have probably heard, but here goes.

A researcher investigating the humor of puns uses 10 sample puns to see if they can make each subject laugh but, for the most part, no pun in 10 did.

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Re: The Calculus Joke
betajet   1/17/2014 4:11:45 PM
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Punctuate the following words: "fun fun fun worry worry worry".

[I'll be back later.]

 

 

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Max The Magnificent   1/17/2014 4:05:32 PM
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@Betajet: "Never underestimate a man's ability to underestimate a woman".

I always liked that demonstration of how punctuation can change the meaning of a sentence:

A woman, without her man, is nothing.

A woman: without her, man is nothing.

 

Another one that makes me laugh is:

A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle



 

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Re: The Calculus Joke
betajet   1/17/2014 3:58:56 PM
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Excellent!  As V.I. Warshawski says: "Never underestimate a man's ability to underestimate a woman".

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