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I have a theory is that it's physical possible to trip over your own foot if you run around your house table at the speed of light.


Oh come on, I can trip over my own foot without travelling at the speed of light

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Ok! Everything's is better spinning!

Its a TVtrope!

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I have a theory is that it's physical possible to trip over your own foot if you run around your house table at the speed of light.


Oh come on, I can trip over my own foot without travelling at the speed of light


In my family, we call that a "blowout," like what happens to car tires. *laughs*

Also, I'm pretty clumsy. And I like that you're bragging about tripping over your own foot.

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Maybe it's just 'cuz I took my calculus AP exam today and I"m practically brain-dead, but I'm not following the logic behind Killbody's death flight. :?

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Maybe it's just 'cuz I took my calculus AP exam today and I"m practically brain-dead, but I'm not following the logic behind Killbody's death flight. :?


He went back in time three seconds, but neglected to take into account the fact that the Earth moves, and so he ended up high in the sky and is now plummeting through the air.

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Maybe it's just 'cuz I took my calculus AP exam today and I"m practically brain-dead, but I'm not following the logic behind Killbody's death flight. :?


He went back in time three seconds, but neglected to take into account the fact that the Earth moves, and so he ended up high in the sky and is now plummeting through the air.

D'oh! Got it!

Heh.

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Wow, I have never understood a joke, and then not understood it not too long later...I simply thought Spot (Superdog) was commenting on he shouldn't be able to stay in the same place if he travelled through time because the speed he was travelling at would leave him at a differant location...

Logic is difficult to follow...

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Maybe it's just 'cuz I took my calculus AP exam today and I"m practically brain-dead, but I'm not following the logic behind Killbody's death flight. :?

You to!? I thought I was the only one, how do you think you did?

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If the time machine used the center of the planet as a reference, he would have traveled around 1.34 kilometers, and if it used the sun, it'd be 89.3 kilometers, and 1800 kilometers if it used the Great Attractor. The most reasonable of these from the appearance of the comic would be 1.34, so why exactly does the time machine function geocentrically?

Is it possible that Peanut did not research astrophysics when making his pencil-and-crayon comic books? Nah, there has to be another reason.

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If the time machine used the center of the planet as a reference, he would have traveled around 1.34 kilometers, and if it used the sun, it'd be 89.3 kilometers, and 1800 kilometers if it used the Great Attractor. The most reasonable of these from the appearance of the comic would be 1.34, so why exactly does the time machine function geocentrically?

Is it possible that Peanut did not research astrophysics when making his pencil-and-crayon comic books? Nah, there has to be another reason.


Why not, since it's on Earth?

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The time machine doesn't have to be geocentric; Prof. Killbody's velocity was "standing still" in comparison the the reference frame of earth, given that the time machine was also in the same reference frame.

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Teh Brawler wrote:
Maybe it's just 'cuz I took my calculus AP exam today and I"m practically brain-dead, but I'm not following the logic behind Killbody's death flight. :?

You to!? I thought I was the only one, how do you think you did?

I'll put it this way; I'm not a math person.

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Teh Brawler wrote:
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Teh Brawler wrote:
Maybe it's just 'cuz I took my calculus AP exam today and I"m practically brain-dead, but I'm not following the logic behind Killbody's death flight. :?

You to!? I thought I was the only one, how do you think you did?

I'll put it this way; I'm not a math person.

For me, felt good on the multiple choice, died on the inside on the free response.
Our best chance in passing now is if 40% of the people who take the test are worse then us. D:

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Noes, Peanut infringed copyright! D:

Wikipedia wrote:
The Space Machine by Christopher Priest, first published in 1976. Because of the movement of planets, stars and galaxies, for a time machine to stay in one spot on Earth as it travels through time, it must also follow the Earth's trajectory through space. In Priest's book, the hero damages the Time Machine, and arrives on Mars, just before the start of the invasion described in The War of the Worlds. H.G. Wells himself appears as a minor character.

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For me, felt good on the multiple choice, died on the inside on the free response.

Hah, you beat me by the free response.
KAY BACK ON TOPIC.

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The time machine doesn't have to be geocentric; Prof. Killbody's velocity was "standing still" in comparison the the reference frame of earth, given that the time machine was also in the same reference frame.
I was going to respond with something cute about preserved momentum not accounting for a curved orbit, but it turns out the tangential approximation for 3 seconds of rotation is good to at least 7 decimal places. Foiled again by Spot (professor).

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Guys, you should already know that everything is relative to CHUCK NORRIS.
Unfortunately for Professor Killbody, Chuck was tilting his head up three seconds earlier.
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This kind of thing is also known to happen whenever Chuck burps


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Ok! Everything's is better spinning!

Its a TVtrope!



Don't make me trope fight you Dylan, I will do it.

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Dare I say we could make it a trope battle royale?

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Dare I say we could make it a trope battle royale?

Battle Royale!


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I am honestly going to miss Prof.killbody, he is one of the cutest doodles I've seen in a while.

so cute.

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Kyderra wrote:
I have a theory is that it's physical possible to trip over your own foot if you run around your house table at the speed of light.


Oh come on, I can trip over my own foot without travelling at the speed of light



And you can trip over at much slower speeds, just by getting of out bed as one example. And walking at one mile per hour.


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Guys, you should already know that everything is relative to CHUCK NORRIS.
Unfortunately for Professor Killbody, Chuck was tilting his head up three seconds earlier.
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This kind of thing is also known to happen whenever Chuck burps

I laughed




because you still think Chuck Norris is funny


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A Talking Dog! *runs out of theater*

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:lol:

Okay, THAT was hilarious! "Rye ruv roo, Rorge!"

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I wonder whether having demi-human animals means that Scooby is bipedal in this universe? And if not, that may add to his strangeness factor.

Also, machchunk, Chuck Norris isn't funny; he's awesome. There is a distinct (yet subtle) difference.

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I bet the ferret with thumbs can relate with species identity issues.

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Psst- is Duke missing his tag in panel 3, or is it just hanging below the panel?

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ruh-roh

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Ferrets and there home theater....

I still don't get why they had Scooby snacks in Rcooby Roo.
I mean, was the dog that well known he had his own line of product's named after him?

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Only one thing could have made today's comic any better: Joey.

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"scooby snax" were almost certainly a euphemism for drugs

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And let's not even get started with Cocoa Puffs...

Am I the only one here who hates Scooby-Doo? I mean, it might be the fact that I was born in the '90s, but still, I find it painful to watch.

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straight-up vanilla "Scooby Doo, Where Are You?" is pretty good, as is the latest revival they've done, but everything in-between is total dreck, unless you happen to catch one of the specials where they meet Batman and Robin or something

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Jonny Bravo with Scooby Doo crossover was the best episide ever....
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Jonny Bravo with Scooby Doo crossover was the best episide ever....
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Oh this is true, this and the Zombie Island Movie were the only good things to come out of Scooby Doo

Edit: forgot about Zombie Island (Even though it really wasn't Scooby Doo it was originally a Swat Kats episode so one of the Best things to come out of Scooby Doo had to originally be written for another show. What does that tell you.)

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I. Laughed. So. Hard.

Why is cultural ignorance so funny?

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What is a "kangaroo" joke. I've never heard of what a kangaroo joke is before.

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What is a "kangaroo" joke. I've never heard of what a kangaroo joke is before.

It's a joke where a kangeroo is the basis.
Dissension will forgive me:
The joke is that Lana thinks that Scooby thinks he's a Kangeroo, since he keeps calling himself "Roo". Therefore, it's a kangeroo joke.

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Sorry, have to get this out of my system.... :oops:

Here we go Ruby Roo....
Here we go Ruby Right....

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