Tuesday, October 30, 2007

A love song for math geeks



Excerpt of lyrics:

The path of love is never smooth
But mine's continuous for you
You're the upper bound in the chains of my heart
You're my Axiom of Choice, you know it's true
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I've proved my proposition now, as you can see,
So let's both be associative and free
And by corollary, this shows you and I to be
Purely inseparable. Q. E. D.

Full lyrics

8 comments:

  1. Oh God. The horror. I already spent too much time in my life in the company of these people. You've dredged up hidden bad memories .... aaaagh! Thousands of dollars of therapy have just gone down the toilet.

    btw here's my favourite math joke:
    Q: What's yellow and equivalent to the axiom of choice?
    A: Zorn's Lemon

    You see? I'm regressing already! Heeeeelp meeeeeee....

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  2. I have absolutely no idea what the song was going on about. Thanks for the title heads up.

    Maybe that's why I keep failing my math...DOH!

    :(

    P/S: What is this axiom thing?!

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  3. Chris: I don't get that joke. For the first time in my life I am glad I didn't get a joke. ;)

    Su: I think it means some sort of mathematical rule?

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  4. Bert: you didn't get it? and you call yourself chess club president? tuuuii!!!

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  5. chess club president! have you been hiding things from me again mon amour?

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  6. Aarthi: I don't like to brag about my achievements, I'm humble like that.

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  7. liar.

    you kept bragging non stop to me, and the rest of us bout how good you are at chess, ps2tennis, facebook tetris and other (i quote jiaqi) "obscure games"...

    tsk tsk!

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  8. Eh minah stop lying can, I never bragged about any of those things you mentioned even though I'm first in all of them among my friends. In fact I usually deny those achievements when people ask me about them.

    You mats and minahs, always like that, lie about us honest people. In addition to taking drugs, have sex at staircases and void decks etc. etc.

    p.s. Facebook tetris has like a couple 100k users, that's hardly obscure.

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