Tuesday, February 16, 2010


While being spun around by college classes, I've found myself with too much stuff to use this blog for its purpose: keeping me writing. I write things elsewhere and I'm not all that motivated to keep this one up. I have to get creative enough with chemistry. . .
Sample question: Why did Lewis force hydrogen to only have 2 dots in his electron-dot system?
Answer: Because hydrogen likes the number 2 because that's the number for its best friend: helium.
Another sample question: Aunt Lois likes cake. How many atoms are in her cake?
Answer: Not enough information. What kind of cake does she have? Does Aunt Lois even have the cake? The cake isn't hers until its in her mouth and then it can't be properly analyzed because her spit will be all over it and I'm not touching it after she puts her weird auntie germs on it.
The questions really are that bizarre sometimes. Trigonometry gets even more bizarre.
Sample question: If Jimmy wants to walk around a circle once and its circumference is measured in fluffy pink cotton balls, how many radians (measured in pi) will he walk?
Answer: This is trigonometry. He has to walk in a TRIANGLE. Next question please.
Sample question: We're going to assume that you put the wrong answer. Please answer the previous question and give an answer in Spanish with measurements converted from fluffy pink cotton balls to the average number of jugglers it takes to write math books.
Answer: zero. Jugglers can't write math books if they're juggling. Duh.
Sample question: Answer the original question.
Answer [found in the back of the book with scribbles for scratch work]: Because jugglers can write in their free time and Jimmy walks like Triangle Man when Triangle Man visited the Teletubies in LaLa Land, the answer is obviously 43.9.
 See?! I need no blog.
This blog is done.
As always, take care. 8)

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