[3-28-2014] The most romantic gesture ever

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[3-28-2014] The most romantic gesture ever

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And we all know the only reason he got away with it was because he was yelling "For Science!" the entire time.

But of course, little did his girlfriend realize that he was increasing his fitness greatly that way, because only a truly dedicated man would go to such lengths for science.

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You're giving my wife ideas.
Thankfully I'll be protected by "It's for Science!"

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http://www.smbc-comics.com/?id=3310
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It almost looks like his cape says fuck science.
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Titanium Dragon, I think that title should actually be "[2014-03-28] The greatest romantic of all time" -- but that's just me.

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Yeah, it was from the 28th and that format would be nicer, too.
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It would be nicer, the whole putting the month before the day and therefore not having a proper progression between sizes of time units is very confusing.
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Leave our special date format alone! Besides, Belize is with us.

To add to the confusion, the US military and many federal government forms use DD-MM-YYYY and in the tech industry the ISO standard of YYYY-MM-DD* is often used.

*This is apparently known as 'big-endian' and awesome Swiftian word.
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Big endian and little endian is about byte order.
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Yes truly said by the girlfriend of ‘Titanium’. It’s a tough task to achieve for ‘The Science’. You really need to put rigid kind of efforts for its gaining, even on usual list track too.

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