[2011-Aug-26] Who's on Boron?

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Re: [2011-Aug-26] Who's on Boron?

Postby Oldrac the Chitinous » Sun Aug 28, 2011 12:45 am

I don't know what you mean. Our interests range from biochemistry to molecular biology!
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Re: [2011-Aug-26] Who's on Boron?

Postby Lethal Interjection » Sun Aug 28, 2011 12:50 am

Kimra wrote:
exodusofficer wrote:As a biochem major, this is by far the funniest SMBC I've ever read. I could barely sit up I was laughing so hard.

Is it just me or is the audience becoming less wide and less diverse?

I have been noticing that.

Is it just me or does nobody care what the guest's major is? That was my first thought.

I'm just not sure why someone would need to qualify why it was his favourite post if he's only gonna come on and post once.
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Re: [2011-Aug-26] Who's on Boron?

Postby DonRetrasado » Sun Aug 28, 2011 4:03 am

Some people just have to be the center of attention. I, on the other hand, am incredibly modest.
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Re: Who's on Boron? Aug 26 2011

Postby Sahan » Sun Aug 28, 2011 11:30 am

Rainbow wrote:This comic was exceptionally awesome. I've been kinda fed up with excessively long, moderately funny SMBC comics lately. Zach is, of course, thoroughly redeemed by being adorable in SMBC Theater. But I digress, because the cleverness of this excessively long, classically funny comic has amused me to no end. I love Who's On First and, incidentally, most playoffs of Who's On First. It brought to mind memories of seventh grade when my favorite outcast Indian kid friend did the entire skit, playing both characters. Also, Jews on First is a good name. But I digress again, because my point was just that this comic reminded me of the single panels of old. Somehow by being 58 panels, it equals out to being a single panel kinda joke. Makes no sense, but whatever. Proper way to laugh at this comic: Hydrogen and Argon and Hydrogen and Argon and Hydrogen and Argon.

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Re: [2011-Aug-26] Who's on Boron?

Postby ioresult » Tue Aug 30, 2011 2:53 am

Pentoctoctpentium (5885). Ahh ok I get it.


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