FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for August 31, 2010

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    pgn674  almost 12 years ago

    First panel in ASCII: “Gre”. Third panel: “etin”. Or, in hexadecimal: 47, 72, 65; and 65, 74, 69, 6E. Or, in decimal: 71, 114, 101; and 101, 116, 105, 110. I like the front-on view of the second panel.

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    Little Miss Tink  almost 12 years ago

    Not as old as I am!

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    waycyber  almost 12 years ago

    Learned Parity Fashion?

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    waycyber  almost 12 years ago

    As sung by Snow White’s dwarfs?

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    waycyber  almost 12 years ago

    New words

    Incapacitate - to keep an overhead projector slide in your headgear.

    Incorporeal - An officer after a meal of Conger Eel

    Unilateral - Sleeping in campus

    Universe - Another name for a Haiku

    Incomplete - One who makes a living from folding cloth

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    Sandfan  almost 12 years ago

    What are Jason’s chances of getting a date in the future?

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    linsonl  almost 12 years ago

    Oct 31 = Dec 25 Therefore, Halloween equals Christmas.

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    linsonl  almost 12 years ago

    Oct 31 = Dec 25 Therefore, Halloween equals Christmas.

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    zev.farkas  almost 12 years ago

    @pgn674 -

    greetings and thanks - I was too lazy to look up the ascii codes (and, knowing Amend, it could have been ebcdic, and I have no idea where my IBM crib-sheet is…).

    i guess octal would be too much to ask for… :)

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    rotts  almost 12 years ago

    Hexidecimal would be better, zev.

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    lewisbower  almost 12 years ago

    We speak binary—-Yes and no.

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    Jaedabee Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Oh Jason… if you’re speaking standard ASCII you can use only 7 bits and save yourself from saying an extra ‘zero’ every byte.

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    ses1066  almost 12 years ago

    Peter, you have my permission to beat the dih-dah out of him before he drives the reat of you NUTS!

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    bmonk  almost 12 years ago

    N7326 Foxtrot said, about 5 conversions ago

    Oct 31 = Dec 25 Therefore, Halloween equals Christmas.

    Some years Thanksgiving falls on Nov 27 = Oct 31 = Dec 25.

    So: Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are all equal.

    Proof: Christmas decorations appear in the stores in September.

    (If any holidays fell on Sept 34, they would count too…)

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    starguy  almost 12 years ago

    Words to live by:

    010000100110010100100000011100110111010101110010011001 010010000001110100011011110010000001100100011100100110 100101101110011010110010000001111001011011110111010101 110010001000000100111101110110011000010110110001110100 01101001011011100110010100101110

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    starlilies  almost 12 years ago

    Nice starguy! I LOVE my ovaltine! ;)

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    NCHEEK  almost 12 years ago

    “greetin” he was saying greetings, just fyi %3Pr

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    Jason Fox  almost 11 years ago


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