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Web Comics / XKCD - Actually
« Last post by Guest on January 20, 2014, 11:10:43 PM »
Actually

Protip: You can win every exchange just by being one level more precise than whoever talked last. Eventually, you'll defeat all conversational opponents and stand alone.
Source: Actually

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Web Comics / XKCD - Theft
« Last post by Guest on January 17, 2014, 05:01:19 PM »
Theft

Is he ALSO wondering at what point our thoughts diverged, if they even have yet? 'dude, I think he just took your credit card' AM I THE ORIGINAL? HOW DO I TELL?
Source: Theft

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Web Comics / XKCD - Inexplicable
« Last post by Guest on January 15, 2014, 05:13:34 PM »
Inexplicable

'It has a ghost in it. Take it back.' 'No.'
Source: Inexplicable

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Web Comics / XKCD - Questions for God
« Last post by Guest on January 13, 2014, 05:00:35 PM »
Questions for God

What sins could possibly darken the heart of a STEAMBOAT? I asked The Shadow, but he says he only covers men.
Source: Questions for God

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Web Comics / XKCD - Photos
« Last post by Guest on January 10, 2014, 11:03:14 PM »
Photos

I hate when people take photos of their meal instead of eating it, because there's nothing I love more than the sound of other people chewing.
Source: Photos

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Web Comics / XKCD - Regex Golf
« Last post by Guest on January 08, 2014, 05:06:50 PM »
Regex Golf

/bu|[rn]t|[coy]e|[mtg]a|j|iso|n[hl]|[ae]d|lev|sh|[lnd]i|[po]o|ls/ matches the last names of elected US presidents but not their opponents.
Source: Regex Golf

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Web Comics / SMBC
« Last post by Superman on January 08, 2014, 10:38:06 AM »
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Web Comics / XKCD - Haskell
« Last post by Guest on January 06, 2014, 05:06:03 PM »
Haskell

The problem with Haskell is that it's a language built on lazy evaluation and nobody's actually called for it.
Source: Haskell

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Web Comics / Left Fielder: Facebook 2013: a year in review
« Last post by ComicsFeeder on January 04, 2014, 11:15:08 AM »
Facebook 2013: a year in review

Using Facebook’s “Year In Review” feature, I plotted my achievements against my peers. It looks like this.

The post rel="nofollow" href="[url=http://www.theleftfielder.com/comics/facebook-2013-year-review/]http://www.theleftfielder.com/comics/facebook-2013-year-review/[/url]">Facebook 2013: a year in review appeared first on rel="nofollow" href="[url=http://www.theleftfielder.com]http://www.theleftfielder.com[/url]">The Left Fielder.

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Source: Facebook 2013: a year in review
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Web Comics / XKCD - 2014
« Last post by Guest on January 03, 2014, 05:00:26 PM »
2014

Some future reader, who may see the term, without knowing the history of it, may imagine that it had reference to some antiquated bridge of the immortal Poet, thrown across the silver Avon, to facilitate his escape after some marauding excursion in a neighbouring park; and in some Gentleman's Magazine of the next century, it is not impossible, but that future antiquaries may occupy page after page in discussing so interesting a matter. We think it right, therefore, to put it on record in the Oriental Herald that the 'Shakesperian Rope Bridges' are of much less classic origin; that Mr Colin Shakespear, who, besides his dignity as Postmaster, now signs himself 'Superintendent General of Shakesperian Rope Bridges', is a person of much less genius than the Bard of Avon. --The Oriental Herald, 1825
Source: 2014

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