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f(x) walks into a bar and asks for a drink. The barman said “I’m sorry
sir, we don’t cater for functions.”

A neutron walked into a bar and asked how much a pint of beer would be. The barman
replied “For you sir, no charge.”

Two atoms were talking, and one said “Oh no, I think I lost an electron!” When
asked if he was sure, he replied “I’m positive.”

A biologist, a physicist and a mathematician watched two people enter a building.
After a few moments, they came out again with a third person. The biologist concluded
that they had multiplied. The physicist concluded that there had been an error in
measurement. The mathematician concluded that if one more person entered the building,
it would be empty.

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Wed, 13 May 2009 17:18:16 GMT<p>
<em>f(x)</em> walks into a bar and asks for a drink. The barman said “<em>I’m sorry
sir, we don’t cater for functions.”</em>
</p>
<p>
A neutron walked into a bar and asked how much a pint of beer would be. The barman
replied “<em>For you sir, no charge.</em>”
</p>
<p>
Two atoms were talking, and one said “<em>Oh no, I think I lost an electron!”</em> When
asked if he was sure, he replied “<em>I’m positive.”</em>
</p>
<p>
A biologist, a physicist and a mathematician watched two people enter a building.
After a few moments, they came out again with a third person. The biologist concluded
that they had multiplied. The physicist concluded that there had been an error in
measurement. The mathematician concluded that if one more person entered the building,
it would be empty.
</p>
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