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  1. Mark Zwaan commented on Berkeley Mews 7 days ago

    There is such a game and it’s called “Life goes on: done to death” but it’s released by Infinite Monkeys Entertainment Ltd., not Adult Swim.

  2. Mark Zwaan commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 7 days ago

    Eating only half a chili dog and half a bag of chips, while running a marathon, that sounds nuts. Wouldn’t it make more sense if the runners could sit down and eat the whole chili dog and all of the chips? For instance when they are halfway through the marathon? Or maybe you didn’t explain it properly…

  3. Mark Zwaan commented on Brewster Rockit 12 days ago

    As long as Marvin the paranoid android doesn’t join his group, he’ll be alright. “And me with all this terrible pain in all the diodes down my left side.”

  4. Mark Zwaan commented on Breaking Cat News 20 days ago

    You get italic text by putting underscore symbols around the text. Similar to using asterisk symbols for getting bold text.

  5. Mark Zwaan commented on Non Sequitur 20 days ago

    Reminds me of the drawing of a boa constructor eating an elephant from The Little Prince.

  6. Mark Zwaan commented on Frazz 21 days ago

    I guess Caulfield has been reading the Wikipedia entry for curved grading:

    “However, curved grading can increase competitiveness between students and affect their sense of faculty fairness in a class. Thus, curved grades cannot be blindly used and must be carefully considered and pondered compared to alternatives such as criterion-referenced grading. Furthermore, constant misuse of curved grading can adjust grades on poorly designed tests, whereas assessments should be designed to accurately reflect the learning objectives set by the instructor.”

  7. Mark Zwaan commented on WuMo 21 days ago

    Reminds me of the direct to video sequel to Bambi, where he returns to the forest to kill all the hunters using an assortment of militarily hardware. If I remember correctly it was called Rambi!

  8. Mark Zwaan commented on Eek! 21 days ago

    I was unaware they had advanced orthodontics in the fourteenth century. Maybe they were used to torture teenagers back then?

  9. Mark Zwaan commented on FoxTrot Classics 23 days ago

    Using wireless Bluetooth ones off course, just think of the replacement sales anytime they are lost!

    Too bad Apple didn’t think of that one…

    I mean, it’s not like Apple would sell customers a device without a dedicated headphone port forcing them to use wireless headphones which are easily lost.

    Sorry, you’re right, they did think of that one!
    Jason either beat them by 11 years or he gave them the idea. I don’t know which one is worse.

  10. Mark Zwaan commented on Pearls Before Swine 23 days ago

    Luckily one of my fellow countryman, dr. Gerard Nolst Trenité, wrote a little poem called “The Chaos” to help students of the English language train their pronunciation. I think Pig would love it. It starts as follows:

    “Dearest creature in creation
    Studying English pronunciation,
    I will teach you in my verse
    Sounds like corpse, corps, horse and worse.

    I will keep you, Susy, busy,
    Make your head with heat grow dizzy;
    Tear in eye, your dress you’ll tear;
    Queer, fair seer, hear my prayer.

    Pray, console your loving poet,
    Make my coat look new, dear, sew it!
    Just compare heart, hear and heard,
    Dies and diet, lord and word."

    And then goes on and on (and on and on), teaching students 800 English words with an irregular pronunciation.

    Whenever I hear some Dutchman claim that he or she is glad to be a good English speaker (which usually isn’t the case), I let him or her read the poem out loud (and constantly correct them when they mispronounce a word). So far no one has managed to read more than about four verses. And it usually ends with them crawling quietly into a dark corner so they can cry without being noticed.