# Not 'really' OT

I was going to learn to use a router, but I didn't dare to take the plunge.
I was going to be a lawyer, but I couldn't find my briefs.
I was going to be a doctor, but I didn't have the patience.
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"Robatoy"

I was going to be a skydiver but I was not ready to take the leap.
I was going to be a surgeon but didn't make the cut.
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Dave
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Teamcasa wrote:

I wanted to be a mathematician but couldn't integrate.
OKOK, its weak, but I like it anyway (my g/f is a mathie). Have you heard the joke about e^x at the party...
PK
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On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 19:47:22 -0500, Paul Kierstead wrote:

Ask her "what's purple and commutes?"
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While we're on that subject:
Three squaws were each preparing for the birth of their first child. The first placed a large bear hide by the river, the second squaw placed an elk hide by the tree by the river, and the third squaw placed a hippopotamus hide by a path, near the river and the tree, so that the three formed a triangle.
It just so happened that all three women gave birth on the same day. The first squaw on the bear hide had a 5lb son, the second on the elk hide had a 6lb son, and the third squaw on the hippopotamus hide had an 11lb son.
To this day, mathematicians credit these three women with the first proof of Pythagorus's Theory :
The son of the squaw of the hippopotamus is equal to the sons of the squaws of the adjacent hides.
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Oh my freakin' god, that's terrible.
ROFLMAO
-Phil Crow
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Tim and Steph wrote:
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Oh man, I love it.
So, there was this big math party. All the important functions where there; sin, cos, Pythagoras, everyone. e^x showed up to the party but was observed staying alone in the corner quietly. Some of the equations felt rather bad and went over to e^x and said to it: "Come on, have fun and join the party! You will never have fun if you don't integrate!". e^x replied: "Why bother, it doesn't make any difference".
ROFLMAO!!!
PK
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Australopithecus scobis wrote:

I think she has just finished too many mid-terms; she doesn't get it. Ok, give!
PK
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On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 23:17:58 -0500, Paul Kierstead wrote:

An Abelian grape.
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On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 23:28:11 -0600, the inscrutable Australopithecus

I don't get it. Give!
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" A group or other algebraic object is said to be Abelian if the law of commutativity always holds."
;-)
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"The thing about saying the wrong words is that A, I don't notice it, and B,
sometimes orange water gibbon bucket and plastic." -- Mr. Burrows
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Dave Balderstone wrote:

And while we're at it, don't forget that all involutory collineations are harmonic homologies. Sheeeesh.     j4
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On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 05:47:45 -0800, Larry Jaques wrote:

1. You're not a mathemetician, so it won't be funny. Trust me on this.
2. One of the properties of an Abelian group is that it is commutative. (Addition is commutative; 4 + 3 = 3 + 4.) Groups are apparently very interesting to maths types. I never took those courses, though.
3. What's purple and wants to rule the world? Alexander the grape. You get the picture...
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Purple in the ocean? Moby Grape.
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sometimes orange water gibbon bucket and plastic." -- Mr. Burrows
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That's .. what's pink and floats in the ocean..
Moby's dick.
... I don't write them...
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Robatoy wrote:

Worse and worse. What's green and can do mach 1 *backward*?
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DeSoto Solar
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[snipperectomized]..

I do not know, Morris. Please tell us.
What is green and points to the North?
... a magnetic pickle.
worse and worse and worse...
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Robatoy wrote:

Snot
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Morris Dovey
DeSoto Solar
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You are a sick man. That joke is sick.
Thank you for that...