Average rating: Excellent
Number of ratings: 19


Hairy Scary Mathes Teacher Hawkes October 28, 2008 00:52
First comment: 28 October, 2008 1 comments written
I rate this one fair, I almost cracked a smile.
Wellan October 28, 2008 04:01
First comment: 27 November, 2007 247 comments written
G, but it seems like a waste of a cancellation charge to get rid of two grid bugs (or xans).
Looney October 28, 2008 04:12
First comment: 26 January, 2008 29 comments written
Yeah, grid bugs are a waste of charges. The other options for monster-variables to cancel would be yellow and black lights,which are annoying but not dangerous, or zrutys, which still aren't anything special, but might be worth the charge if you're too low a level. Still, the joke is good.
Armv October 28, 2008 04:17
First comment: 5 October, 2006 28 comments written
If you want I could whip up a comic about non-euclidean geometry...
Slowpoke October 28, 2008 04:28
First comment: 27 February, 2007 239 comments written
stelegrey October 28, 2008 05:16
First comment: 24 July, 2008 3 comments written
G, could have been pulled off better for an E.
Mathman October 28, 2008 08:44
First comment: 28 October, 2008 1 comments written
Not too bad a presentation.
Eskimo October 28, 2008 08:49
First comment: 14 April, 2004 166 comments written
Divide by zero? We want a z, we want a ZZZZZZZZ :).
  October 28, 2008 13:14
First comment: 1 April, 2004 431 comments written
+1 for math joke.
jukka October 30, 2008 08:19
First comment: 22 November, 2006 57 comments written
Mathematically, I just think the x's should have been replaced by 1's.. or better yet, the altarAltars are of three types:
1. In Temples. These are for Sacrifices [...]. The stone
top will have grooves for blood, and the whole will be covered
with _dry brown stains of a troubling kind_ from former
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Death cometh soon or late;
And how can man die better
Than facing fearful odds
For the ashes of his fathers
And the temples of his gods?
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should have been deleted too.
Toby Bartels October 30, 2008 09:58
First comment: 11 August, 2007 83 comments written
After a day teaching algebra, I am happy.

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