Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Captivate me with your caption

You know what to do.



12 comments:

  1. Despite the upgraded lab facilities, no one registered for Trust Fund Physics that spring.

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  2. We use the game of billiards to illustrate what collisions do all the time in our physics classes. As the textbook "Classical Dynamics, 2nd ed." (1970) by Jerry B, Marion notes, the game's name is billiards, "NOT 'pool'!"

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  3. Course instructor: Steady Hand Eddie Williams

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  4. Today we'll study the billiard flow on a rectangle.

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  5. Oh, we got trouble
    Right here in River City.
    It starts with "T", which rhymes with "P"
    And it stands for "Pool"!

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  6. Even "pool" could not convince the students to attend class on this nice sunny day,

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  7. Physics prof's grad school casting couch.

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  8. 2014 fund-raising party for Helping Others Negotiate Everyday Stresses: The Professional Rotundity Organization Forum.

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  9. She had intended to take a course on the particulars of finance within the British Empire, but as she entered the classroom, Keillie finally understood why "English and Banking" was in the physics section of the catalog.

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  10. Wait, I thought I signed up for swimming!

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  11. No one has balls. Class dismissed.

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