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Thatababy by Paul Trap for July 27, 2019

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  about 2 months ago

    What will he doodle in either a square or cube?

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    LastRoseofSummer Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Totally!

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    dlkrueger33  about 2 months ago

    Mmm, a skating rink is more oval. But I’d skate on a round one. Might keep the hockey players away.

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    oakie817  about 2 months ago

    I don’t see your angle here

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    Nighthawks Premium Member about 2 months ago

    just seeing the word ‘tubular’ got me thinking about Mike Oldfield’s classic seventies album

    here is the whole enchilada

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bv_4sZCLlr0

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    Barrington Womble  about 2 months ago

    Not to be pedantic, but ‘cylindrical’ is the correct word.

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    Charlie Tuba  about 2 months ago

    Geometry lesson from Thatababy!

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    car2ner  about 2 months ago

    tubular makes sense for surfers since they can be inside a huge tube of water. not so much on the outside.

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    AndrewSihler  about 2 months ago

    Dr Pedanto, here.

    A trapeze would be more appropriate with a trapezoid (a quadrilateral with two parallel sides), being from the Greek word for “table”, τράπεζα (trápeza) literally “having three feet”: archaic Greek tables were quadrilateral but narrower at the single-leg end, for stability.

    And why three feet? A piece of furniture with three feet, e.g. a stool, is stable on any irregular surface, since any three points define a plane and three points are therefore automatically always in the same plane.

    And why are trapezes so called? Because for (vitally necessary) stability, the anchors are a bit farther apart than the length of the bar.

    Etymology is so cool. (Discussion of how you get “three” from Greek τρα- is for another time.)

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