## Time for Jokes

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—Mike, here are 10 chocolates. Give half of them to your brother.

—OK. I’ll give him three chocolates.

—You can’t count?

—I can, but he can’t.

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—How is your progress?

—50%.

—Done or left to do?

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—Q: What did Al Gore play on his guitar?

—A: An Algorithm.

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I put my root beer in a square glass. Now it’s just beer.

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—Q: Why shouldn’t you argue with a decimal?

—A: Decimals always have a point.

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—I am cold.

—Go stay in the corner. It’s 90 degrees.

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Arithmetic is the art of counting up to twenty without taking off your shoes.

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I bought a book online “How to implement an Internet scam.” Somehow, though, it’s been a while, and I still haven’t received it.

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Sex is a pathetic thrill for losers who are not able to take a triple integral.

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Paradox: Less money, more need to count it.

## john:

Can you use topology and set theory to categorize the sexes?

I came across an interesting dissertation that does just that; but is there any precedence for this, or can I write off such a study as humanities-scholar-gone-wacko?

https://www.academia.edu/5984726/Sexuated_Topology_and_the_Suspension_of_Meaning_A_Non-Hermeneutical_Phenomenological_Approach_to_Textual_Analysis

any response would be welcome

28 November 2015, 11:04 am