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## #76 2006-03-23 21:08:34

ganesh
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### Re: Limericks

When I set k equal to 0,
I can be a mathematical hero:
If I should decide
By k to divide,
Then it's clear that 1 = 0.

A calculus student upset as could be
That his antiderivative just didn't agree
With the answer in the book
Even after a second look
Indeed it was off, but by a constant C.

There once was a number named e
Who took way too much LSD.
She thought she was great.
But that fact we must debate;
We know she wasn't greater than 3.

A challenge for many long ages
Had baffled the savants and sages.
Yet at last came the light:
Seems old Fermat was right--
To the margin add 200 pages.

Character is who you are when no one is looking.

## #77 2006-03-24 00:11:47

Ninja 101
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### Re: Limericks

i don't know any. i'm not irish see.
limericks come from leprechauns.
IT'S TRUE!!!!

a leprechaun.

Chaos is found in greatest abundance wherever order is being saught. It always defeats order, because it is better organized.

## #78 2006-03-26 16:12:41

angel_hoseba
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### Re: Limericks

here's another one

There's a lady in Swiss,
Who thought skating was a bliss
but a change in her fate
came when her skate
came when she finished it with sumthing like this

it's supposed to be upside down but i can't find a way to type the last line like that:P