Math humor

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jim mcnamara
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Usually comic strips avoid anything that requires math or science.

http://www.gocomics.com/foxtrot/

This url will work only today, November 8, 2006 until midnight EST.
Otherwise you'll have to use the "previous" selection and find Nov 8.
 

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haha, excellent
is there a way to copy the picture off the website. normal rightclick save doesn't seem to do it
 
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you could always take a screenshot.

ctrl+Print scrn

Got to say I didn't find that too great, but hey, at least they tried.
 
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JasonRox
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I can't look!

I'm thinking of writing a math humour comic strip soon. I want to be original.

I was so close to looking too.
 
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Yeah, Foxtrot is one of my favorites. Sometimes they have some pretty dang hard puzzles in the strip too! He sure reamed electronic voting machines before the election -- not sure where that came from, but it was clever and funny nontheless.
 
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berkeman said:
Yeah, Foxtrot is one of my favorites. Sometimes they have some pretty dang hard puzzles in the strip too! He sure reamed electronic voting machines before the election -- not sure where that came from, but it was clever and funny nontheless.
I decided to keep to Politics and personal opinions out of my comic strip. Since I see my readers everyday, I wouldn't want them lashing out at me because I feel differently.

For anyone out there who's thinking about writing comics, go for it! It's a lot of fun. Challenging too because you have deadlines all the freaking time.
 

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