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Monika wrote:A 3 walks into a bar and sits next to a 2 and a 4. The 4 turns to the 3 and says, "Get out of here, you're too odd to hang out with us!" The 3 breaks down in tears and heads for the door. Just before he storms out, he turns and shouts, "Just you wait - I'll get even!!!"
Belial wrote:You are the coolest guy that ever cooled.
I reiterate. Coolest. Guy.
Jerry Bona wrote:The Axiom of Choice is obviously true; the Well Ordering Principle is obviously false; and who can tell about Zorn's Lemma?
Kurushimi wrote:You'd think 2 would give a hand to his prime compatron.
What a back stabber.
mathmagician wrote:I need a good joke about the Fibonacci sequence, but there's no way in hell I'm going to sift through 20 pages of bad math dribble, explanations of how the bad math dribble was supposedly funny, and idiots who completely missing the point of this thread, attempt to argue about and correct the mistakes of the bad math dribble... what was I talking about? Oh yeah, I need a good joke about the Fibonacci sequence. Anyone got anything?
Chuff wrote:I write most of my letters from the bottom
Monika wrote:Did you know almost all humans have more legs than average?
the tree wrote:You know the thing with jokes and frogs? You just did that.
the tree wrote:You know the thing with jokes and frogs? You just did that.
You can't dissect them without killing them.Monika wrote:Jokes and frogs?
the tree wrote:You can't dissect them without killing them.Monika wrote:Jokes and frogs?
RoadieRich wrote:Back to an old style, but I don't think anyone's come up with this yet:
There are 10 types of people: Those who understand binary, those who don't, and those who are off-by-one.
CueBall wrote:An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first orders a pint, and sits. The second, 1/2 a pint. The third, a quarter. The fourth, an eighth.
The barman says "You're all barmy! Sort yourselves out." and pulls them 2 pints.
Niall wrote:An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bakery, the first orders a pie, the second orders a quarter of a pie, the third a ninth of a pie and so on, the baker says "I see what's going on here". He bakes one pie, cuts off the round edges and divides it into six pieces.
An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bank, the first asks to withdraw one dollar, the second for half a dollar, the third for one third of a dollar and so on, the banker thinks for a minute and then tells them to leave.
Niall wrote:An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bakery, the first orders a pie, the second orders a quarter of a pie, the third a ninth of a pie and so on, the baker says "I see what's going on here". He bakes one pie, cuts off the round edges and divides it into six pieces.
Monika wrote:Oh, cutting the round edges off = pie square
Monika wrote:What's the zeta(2)?
Monika wrote:C programmers have been seen to press "3" to get to the fourth floor.
RoadieRich wrote:Back to an old style, but I don't think anyone's come up with this yet:
There are 10 types of people: Those who understand binary, those who don't, and those who are off-by-one.
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