Omegaton wrote:Not bad. 'Cuz who doesn't like Spiderman?
That's what he said!
vlt wrote:… AND LANGUAGE.
Ohm, btw, is an ancient German word for uncle (the mother's brother, to be precise). That's what made me smile today.
msimswil wrote:While the puns are flying, perhaps we should announce some more late arrivals at the Electricians' Ball?
Here are a few to start you off...
- Mr. John Travoltage, with his Flash Dance
- Mr. Sherlock Ohms
- Ms. Meg Awatt, & her murderous husband, 'Kill' Awatt (bit of a shock to see him here )
- Mr. Wire Terp, who's come with Sir Kitt Breaker...tiny Sir Kitt Breaker - the short Sir Kitt
- From France, Monsieur Ham, & his father, Ham Père
- Count Dracula the Ampire, with his bat, Erry
- Ms. Amanda Fuse
- Mr & Mrs Dwattbulb, & their son, Andrew, and his friend Boy George, who's AC or DC
- That bright spark Ronnie Corbett - the short Ronnie Corbett - he's a bit of a live wire. Don't pile on the agony.
- The Ode family - Ann, Cath & Di, who are going to sing some current numbers
- Look at the electricians out there. They're on their way to Heathrow...the sparks are certainly flying tonight! The film on the plane is 'The First Of The Fuse'
- Mr & Mrs Trickalfault, & their son, Alec, arriving in their Voltswagon
- There's Maurice tucking in there...he's known to us as 'Diner' Mo, and he's ever-ready
I'm sorry, I haven't a clue what I'm talking about.
Outchanter wrote:Omegaton wrote:Not bad. 'Cuz who doesn't like Spiderman?
That's what he said!
Raptortech97 wrote:When she started talking about mac internet being better than windows internet I very nearly broke my new netbook.
RoadieRich wrote:Thicknavyrain is appointed Nex Artifex, Author of Death of the second FaiD Assassins' Guild.
BioTube wrote:It's V = IR, but it can be placed into the formula for power, thus rendering P = IIR.
RussJancewicz wrote:This made my day only due the the incredible amounts of entropy in the universe aligning this to be posted on the day of my exam on ohms law and simple circuits. On the question which asked for power consumption of an resistor with a found current. I smiled a little and wrote on my exam "With great power comes great current squared times resistance" ... and the answer... I just hope my professor reads XKCD...
laero wrote:BioTube wrote:It's V = IR, but it can be placed into the formula for power, thus rendering P = IIR.
Thanks, knew I had missed something.
I guess it depends on where you live. Where I live U is voltage and V is the unit for U.
canoemoose wrote:So as Samantha goes off for some truly shocking activities with a Polish electrician and the over-charged electron of time contacts the positive plate of doom, the time has come for me to bid you GOODBYE!!
Hmm. I need more practice I think.
Samantha has to nip out now, as she's meeting her new gentleman friend who's having trouble with his computer. Samantha is something of an I.T. expert, and she says she's looking forward to repairing his desktop, preventing it crashing and going down on him every couple of hours...
Gavin.Immer wrote:My first "Randall get out of my head" moment! I knew this day would come!
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