Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Caption time

Time for a photo caption.

 

Give it to me in the comments.


15 comments:

  1. Prof: "See? I've shown how 2 + 3 equals 5. I did it by myself and I didn't need a calculator or iPad."

    Student: "I still don't get it. When we used our discovery math methods, we got 17."

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  2. E......X......I.......T
    Now get the fuck out.

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  3. Prof: No....THIS is my handle, THIS is my spout.

    Student: (sigh)..I am never gonna pass Teapots 101....

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    1. I was going to try to come up with one, but this was funnier than anything I could think of.

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  4. Yep, that is the stuff you need to write down in your notes that I told you would help you pass the class!

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  5. And I'm putting another blackboard over there, but it's from Ikea and I haven't put it together yet.

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  6. See. This is what you get when you tweet about my powerpoint.

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  7. See that guy over there. Go tell him your sob story. Maybe HE will care, because I certainly don't.

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  8. Gee, Professor Richardson, can you stretch other parts of your body like that?

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  9. Prof: "See out there to the distant horizon? There is where you'll find someone who gives a damn that your dog has a hangnail, and that's why your assignment is late."
    Student: "...but, I don't see anyone where you are pointing..."

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  10. "So you see, gravity is pulling you straight down, towards the Earth's center as it were, but the normal force can be described as a summation of two vectors, one pointing straight up and the other perpendicular to that, pointing towards the lowest part of the room. You feel it, right? Great exercise for the quadraceps. (Like the demo? Cost a fortune, but we had nothing else to spend out the grant on, and if you don't use it, you lose it.) That's it for today; next class, we cover centrifugal force, and yes, there will be a demo, so wear shoes that cover your feet."

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  11. "So, if this area where I'm standing represents the point of the discussion, your comment would be, spatially speaking..."

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