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Profession Jokes  Mathematicians  Jokes about mathematicians (part of the Profession Jokes site) The Math Humor Page  A large collection of math humor. Ivars Peterson's MathTrek  Abbott and Costello's wacky math. Acme Klein Bottle  Glass Klein bottles of all types. The Calculus Hater  Calculus  a bane to millions of students. The Weekly Puzzler  Not all of these are mathematical in nature, but many of them are. 007 News WWW Edition  Put succinctly, this newsletter attempts to combine two things  mathematics and humour. The articles range from the very serious and informative to the witty and (hopefully) hilarious. The ultimate goal of the newsletter is to bring you some enjoyment in mathematics that you might not be able to get anywhere else. The Effects of Moore's Law and Slacking on Large Computations  We show that, in the context of Moore's Law, overall productivity can be increased for large enough computations by `slacking' or waiting for some period of time before purchasing a computer and beginning the calculation. Toons  Mathrelated cartoons. Math Jokes  A page of math jokes. Why is the Mathematician So Messy?  Explain it if you can. 36 Methods of Mathematical Proof  Check how many you've used in your lifetime. College Entrance Essay  This one is an oldie but goodie. Fun With Math  Annotated links to math jokes, humor and mathematical recreations. International Number Registry  Register a real or natural number in your name or that of a friend. Supplies may be limited. Topology Cartoons  From the Topology Atlas. Math Jokes  A collection of jokes about math and mathematicians. Math Humor from Platonic Realms  Jokes, puns, and limericks having to do with mathematics. Also provides a link to the math humor ebook, Nowhere Dense. Content changes daily. Math Jokes  Mainly about proofs and statistics. Any questions?  A collection of universal questions for use at math lectures. They are designed to cover up the total ignorance of the questioner rather than to elicit information from the speaker. Statistics Jokes  Henry Bottomley's collection.

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