Herman by Jim Unger for January 25, 2022

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    jasonsnakelover  5 months ago

    One time I had 201 of those.

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    in-dubio-pro-rainbow  5 months ago

    Stairway to Heaven?

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    Imagine  5 months ago

    Before there was space flight there was space climbing.

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    whahoppened  5 months ago

    The strongest cable will break under it’s own weight.

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    dflak  5 months ago

    Well, at least he could work out the math on his tablet. I had to use a slide rule – AKA “Napier’s Bones.”

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    Nighthawks Premium Member 5 months ago

    ….give or take

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    Dani Rice  5 months ago

    You’ll also need someplace to lean it against.

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    Nighthawks Premium Member 5 months ago

    give ‘em time; they’ll both figure it out

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    Twelve Badgers in a Suit Premium Member 5 months ago

    More like 263 million.

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    sandpiper  5 months ago

    Nothing like optimism to get a project underway.

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    Spence12 Premium Member 5 months ago

    They kinda tried that once with the Tower of Babel.

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    WCraft Premium Member 5 months ago

    Early math – pshaw! Everyone knows it takes at least 500!

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    mindjob  5 months ago

    Such fine construction

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    rshive  5 months ago

    The right answer to the wrong problem.

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    Gameguy49 Premium Member 5 months ago

    From what I have experienced lately he could be a student of modern math.

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    Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    If they only knew back then…..

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    Buckeye67  5 months ago

    He’s lucky he has a smart friend.

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    cuzinron47  5 months ago

    Just find the cow that jumps over the moon.

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    kathleenhicks62  5 months ago

    At the very least 200.

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    Jean Meslier  5 months ago

    The first accurate distance to the moon was calculated by Hipparchus, 2nd Century BCE. About 1500 years before the church allowed the notion that the Earth and Moon revolved around the sun. Odd, that.

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