Dad Signs, Cont.

H/T Seecret Scissorhead @NamelessCynic of the electrical Tweeting device

I swear to Blog, my dad said this to me when I was studying for the LSAT.

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9 Responses to Dad Signs, Cont.

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    Would the Irresistible Force still impact the Immovable Object if it recognized it as such?

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  2. This reminds me of a day long gone in the mists of time…

    [SFX of wavy ‘fade to flashback’]

    I was deep into furiously writing an essay for one of my college courses and was about to commit to paper the Most Brilliant and Sagacious Final Paragraph to Ever Grace A Sophomore English Essay, when my evil and accursed roommate wandered by and said “I’d rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.”

    This essentially blue-screened my brain and to this day I have no idea what I was going to write…

    (Side Note: this was on one of these, as this was in the prehistoric era. Call it the Laptop 0.01a :

    It was a prized posession that I had bought with hard-earned ‘doing yardwork for people not my parents’ in High School.)

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    • purplehead says:

      You made me laugh out loud. You very funny!


    • Karla says:

      I had a very similar “laptop” when I started college – a very-used Royal portable. During college breaks I started working in an office with an IBM Selectric typewriter. After that, I couldn’t type on a manual at all. I ended up using all the money I made working over winter break to buy a very crappy portable electric Smith-Corona. But at least I could push the keys down! It looked something like this:


  3. MDavis says:

    It reminds me of those a rival zen school story from one of my koan books.
    Student 1 sees student B on the way to the market, asks “where are you going?”
    “Student B replies “wherever the wind takes me:.
    Student 1 reports back to teacher who says “next time ask him “what if there was no wind?”
    Next day, Student 1 sees student B again, asks question and the answer is “wherever my feet take me.”
    Student 1 reports to teacher who tells him to ask, next time, “what if you had no feet?”
    Next day, Student 1 meets student B as before, asks “where are you going?”
    Student B replies “to the market to buy vegetables”

    I sometimes wonder if it ever occurred to Student 1 to then ask “what if there are no vegetables?”

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  4. Ten Bears says:

    Wait, there are hypothetical questions?

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