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You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby neoliminal » Wed Sep 15, 2010 2:38 pm UTC

edbdqt wrote:
mrhthepie wrote:You're trying to predict the behaviour of girls? Just model it as a boy, then add secondary terms to account for periods and boobs. Why does interpersonal relations need a whole journal anyway?


Now that's the spirit of the comic....

May I suggest some more for you to finish?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of pro wrestling?
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You're trying to predict the behaviour of fashion designers?
You're trying to predict the behaviour of your mom?
You're trying to predict the behaviour of the cop who just pulled you over?


Here's how the game works. Write a solution, then pose a new question.

You're trying to predict the behaviour of pro wrestling? Just model it as a wrestling, then add secondary terms to account for soap opera writing. Why does NWA need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of cats in heat??
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby eggdudeguy » Wed Sep 15, 2010 3:36 pm UTC

neoliminal wrote:You're trying to predict the behaviour of cats in heat??


You're trying to predict the behaviour of cats in heat? Just model it as a cats, then add secondary terms to account for microwaves. Why does PETA need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of Captain Picard?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Josephine » Wed Sep 15, 2010 5:54 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of Captain Picard? Just model it as a Patrick Stewart, then add secondary terms to account for starships. Why does Memory Alpha need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behavior of traffic?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Nautilus » Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:20 pm UTC

nbonaparte wrote:You're trying to predict the behavior of traffic?

You're trying to predict the behavior of traffic? Why not just model it as cars, then add secondary terms for roads and accidents? Why do Traffic Police need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behavior of politicians?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:34 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of politicians? Just model it as pond scum, then add secondary terms for false promises and propaganda. Why does Westminster need a whole building anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of death gods?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby tastelikecoke » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:30 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of death gods? Just model it as samurais, then add secondary terms such as apples and swords with names. Why do dead people's names need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of engineers?

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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby MuschMusch » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:45 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of engineers? Just model it as gods, then add secondary terms such as flannel shirts and the pow(5). Why don't you let them model you anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of raptors?

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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby neoliminal » Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:19 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of engineers? Just model it as an average thirteen year old who already knows everything, then add secondary terms for Gödel's incompleteness theorems. Why do people who read Popular Mechanics need a whole journal anyway?

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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Mumpy » Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:29 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of nothing? Just model it as predicting something and then add a secondary term for not actually having anything.
Why do people post without setting up the next guy anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of /b/?

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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby BurningLed » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:14 pm UTC

Mumpy wrote:You're trying to predict the behaviour of nothing? Just model it as predicting something and then add a secondary term for not actually having anything.
Why do people post without setting up the next guy anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of /b/?


You're trying to predict the behaviour of /b/? Just model it as a middle schooland add secondary terms for antisocialism and The Internet. Why does it need a whole image board, anyway?

You're trying to predict the behavior of gamblers?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby _infina_ » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:35 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behavior of gamblers? Just model it as alcoholics and add secondary terms for random numbers. Why do they need a whole casino anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of BHG?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby SlyReaper » Fri Sep 17, 2010 9:04 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of BHG? Just model it as a normal person, then add secondary terms for a spiffy hat and magnificent bastardry. Why do hat wearers need a whole comic anyway.

You're trying to predict the behaviour of Daily Mail readers?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Felstaff » Fri Sep 17, 2010 9:14 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of Daily Mail Readers? Just model it as a whole bunch of cunts, then add secondary terms for bigotry and racist wankery. Why do barely-literate, angry xenophobes need a whole newspaper anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of my left testicle?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby neoliminal » Fri Sep 17, 2010 4:55 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of your left testicle? Just model it as a very small marble, then add secondary terms for sperm. Why do pornographers need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of the President of the USA?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby _infina_ » Fri Sep 17, 2010 8:28 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of the President of the USA? Just model him as a Lawyer and add secondary terms for a figure-head. Why do politicians need a whole country anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of _infina_?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Nautilus » Sat Sep 18, 2010 1:24 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behavior of _infina_? Why not just model it as infinity and add secondary terms for thread breaking?

You're trying to predict the behavior of Chaos?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby reason » Sat Sep 18, 2010 2:14 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behavior of Chaos? Why not just model it as a shower and add secondary terms for size? Why do meterologists need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behavior of China?

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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Platypodes » Sat Sep 18, 2010 2:36 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behavior of China? Why not just model it as Great Britain and add secondary terms for communism and dragons? Why do cultural anthropologists need a whole journal anyway?

You're trying to predict the behavior of nerds?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Max2009 » Sat Sep 18, 2010 7:30 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behavior of nerds? Just model them as geeks and add secondary terms for social awkwardness and wedgies. Why do pocket-protector conveyance systems need a whole convention anyway?

You're trying to predict the behavior of cheerleaders?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Theonefreeham » Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:45 pm UTC

You're trying to predict the behavior of cheerleaders? Just model them as acrobats and add secondary terms for slutty clothes. Why do schools need a whole squad anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of clouds?

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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby Felstaff » Mon Sep 20, 2010 8:33 am UTC

You're trying to predict the behaviour of clouds? Just model them as candyfloss and add secondary terms for sunshine and rainbows and kittens and flowers and unicorns and bubbles and laughter and deathbringing tornadoes.

Why do nephologists need anything more than an umbrella anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of predictive behaviour?
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby NonSequitur » Mon Sep 20, 2010 11:00 pm UTC

Felstaff wrote:You're trying to predict the behaviour of clouds? Just model them as candyfloss and add secondary terms for sunshine and rainbows and kittens and flowers and unicorns and bubbles and laughter and deathbringing tornadoes.

Why do nephologists need anything more than an umbrella anyway?

You're trying to predict the behaviour of predictive behaviour?


You're trying to predict the behavior of predictive behaviour? Just model it as a message board game and add secondary terms for trolls, sock puppets, and spambots.

You're trying to predict the behavior of conspiracy theories?

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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby eaglef2 » Thu Sep 23, 2010 4:43 am UTC

NonSequitur wrote:You're trying to predict the behavior of conspiracy theories?


You're trying to predict the behavior of conspiracy theories? Just model it as a theory and add secondary terms for attention whores and idiots.
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Re: You're trying to predict the behavior of...

Postby SlyReaper » Thu Sep 23, 2010 9:32 am UTC

You're trying to predic the behaviour of the Internet? Just model it as a series of tubes, then add secondary terms to account for trolls and "adult content".

Why do computer networks need a whole blog-o-web anyway?
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