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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for June 17, 2016

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    petecocker  over 4 years ago

    Only adds to 99.9325 ?

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    Theodore E. Lind Premium Member over 4 years ago

    I didn’t get it either?

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    Keep on keepin' on  over 4 years ago

    Him stating such specific numbers is just PART of what’s left. Although, I’m not sure sure if Jason is referring to 0.0675 as a percentage of “geek still remaining” (would be 6.75% of the geek remaining) or as percentage of “total Jason” (would be 50% then of the geek still remaining.) The way I read it, it’s 0.0675 of what is LEFT, which would be the 6.75% figure. That would mean there’s something else Jason sees as a much bigger portion of the geek still left in him, though, and I don’t think we have seen it yet. Maybe tomorrow..Ok. Trying to type that clearly has left me discombobulated. Need more ccoffee.

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    albzort  over 4 years ago

    If he’s 0.0675% geek and 99.865% regular Joe , the other 0.0675% should be decaf.

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    Doctor11  over 4 years ago

    Jason will revert to his regular self once he realizes that he can’t be anything other than a geek, but he does get an “A” for effort.

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    ChessPirate  over 4 years ago

    Whoosh! There went another one, right over the head! :-)

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    dbhoskisson  over 4 years ago

    For someone who doesn’t know mathematics just replace the number in Jason’s last comment with the word “half”. The number is half of what is left.

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    Triviaguy  over 4 years ago

    That’s because things like batting averages in baseball & shooting percentages in basketball are calculated to a minimum of three decimal places (more if tiebreaker is needed).For those wondering, yes I am a sports nut. I keep it in perspective though as I don’t live and die with my team and don’t paint my face when go to a game or watch them on TV. I don’t even wear their jerseys or t shirts when I watch them play. This is an old superstition, as from the time I was very young whenever I wear my team’s t shirt, sweat shirt or jersey when I watch them play they almost always lose. I can count the wins on one hand and have fingers left. I’ll wear their colors, caps, and jackets during the game but not their shirts or jerseys. I also collect sports memorabilia.

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