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Tim Duncan isn’t exactly a hugely fashion-forward guy. He’s not a terribly exciting guy either, a consummate pro who gets the job done and goes back to a normal, quiet life. But don’t you dare stand between the man and a good math joke. Tim Duncan just got off the bus in Memphis – check […]
While I do believe that there must be plenty of thoughts going through the mind of New York Knicks’ guard Jeremy Lin every time he drives to the hoop against the opposition, I highly doubt that any of those thoughts involve complex math equations that include “cornrows,” “African-American men” or “Super LINtendo” as variables. Even […]
After looking at the above problem from a physics textbook, I have drawn the following three conclusions: 1. This book was obviously produced in Canada. 2. The creator of this problem was probably a Detroit Red Wings fan, based on his inclusion of an octopus. 3. The answer to the problem is 10.59 m/s.