ZLVT wrote:I found the Ipod Femto to be the funniest bit, just so...random.
How else do you expect the next generation computers to come to be? Have your parents not given you the chips and the circuits talk yet?Workaphobia wrote:I don't know why the inside of the computer has sperm and ova,
Kendo_Bunny wrote:The only thoughts you don’t tell him are the ones where you want to ride that sparkly ass like Seabiscuit.
rwald wrote:suso wrote:dsplaisted wrote:A. Smith wrote:Does anyone mind explaining the 32,767 angels one? I have a feeling I'm missing something hilarious here...
32,767 is the maximum value for a signed 16-bit integer. Add one to it and it will overflow to -32,768.
I think he meant what is up with calling them angels? Is that some reference?
It's often said that during the middle ages, religious scholars debated frivolous questions such as how many angels could dance on the head of a pin. As explained by The Straight Dope, the original reference was to "angels on the point of a needle," and even that was a joke being made by Renaissance scholars. The closest real question debated was whether multiple angels could exist at the same physical location; if so, then infinitely many of them could dance on a single needle.
Workaphobia wrote:I don't know why the inside of the computer has sperm and ova, but I'm thrilled to see the label "fork();" pointing to it. It's a nod to Andrew Tanenbaum and the cover of his operating systems book.
steinane wrote:Hmm, those are some _BIG_ birds!
I liked this one
suso wrote:TheGrammarBolshevik wrote:I'm very confused... what are the panels above the guy typing?
They actually look like some of the older XKCD comics. Like the pool of balls one. Maybe its supposed to represent the comic and the guy at the computer is Randall?
It is nameless, actually.Handsome wrote:Mane wrote:Next week: Length.
And after that: Time, then probability, and then whatever the 6th dimension is called.
Osha wrote:Foolish Patriarchy! Your feeble attempts at social pressure have no effect on my invincible awesomeness! Bwahahahaa
EvilPigMonster wrote:I just keep thinking of Good Omens. That debate is referenced in there, too. And, it makes more sense. AND, it's funnier. oh, well.
Anyone that hasn't read that book by the way, has not led a complete life.
faunablues wrote:I'm confused how an ovum got into the computer. Sperm I can understand.
Minerva wrote:The Feynman-diagram-person is cool, too. A penguin diagram might have been nicer
Celtic Minstrel wrote:Ooh, Brian Greene made it on there!
But... why's he knitting?
Aradae wrote:Do I even want to know why there is sperm and an ovum inside that computer?
"God is dead", said Nietzche.
"Nietsche is dead", God replied.
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