Sunday, April 01, 2007

Caption Contest

Previous contest winner

WINNER:

Jeff the Baptist: Officer, I honestly don't know whether I was going faster than the square root of 677. I mean, what are the units?

Larry B: Faced with staffing cutbacks, the public works department decides to let the city engineer make the traffic signs.

12 comments:

gavin richardson said...

speed trap intended for those with less than a 9th grade math level

Larry B said...

Faced with staffing cutbacks, the public works department decides to let the city engineer make the traffic signs.

Louie said...

"So Officer you mean that I can only go 26.019223662515376 mph here? I am sorry that I was going 26.019223662515377 mph. Can I get a warning this time?"

DannyG said...

Officer Pi's dream come true!

Jeff the Baptist said...

Officer, I honestly don't know whether I was going faster than the square root of 677. I mean, what are the units?

Todd said...

Culprit: So officer, what is another way of phrasing the speed limit?

Officer: Ummmm.... C.

rocksalive777 said...

My math teachers had always warned me that if I didn't learn simple arithmetic, I would never be able to function in the real world.
I now realize too late that the were right.

Mark Winter said...

People with math anxiety don't do well in Stephen Hawking's neighborhood

Scotte Hodel said...

Sgt. Hyde at last had a sign that he was near to finding the culprits behind the recent surge in weapons of math instruction.

Mike said...

Due to the recent deputization of MathMan: a new function of OnStar just released for the public is OnCalculator.

Brother Marty said...
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Brother Marty said...

Whoops! Did I cross the Canadian border? Sorry...misunderstood.