You should do a series [heh] about being a "mathemagician".
I also found it very appropriate that I saw an ad for "WoW Gold" next to this comic.
I would use the following proof for Fermat's last theorem:
1) (...) No non-zero solution exists for n=3
2) The case of n>3 is left as an exercise for the reader.
It sure makes the proof a lot shorter. But rather harder to get published...
This is a good, but old joke: see the second one in the first row here.
Gasp! Magic! You must work in the goverment's budget office!
LMAO, I drew tiny "math fairies" on a calc test once to show how I reached an answer. For some reason, the professor marked it wrong...
I wrote this in an exam once. I could remember the first and last line of the proof, so the proof went something like:
line 1 of proof
= line 2 of proof
therefore line 3 of proof using Thm 2.3
Another time I ended my answer to a question with "I have a solution to this problem, but this exam is too short to explain it".
You should check out this book:
Close up if you miss it: http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f348/XavvaX/Magic.png?t=1291256216
This proof should be interesting:
Prove that the nth root of 2 is irrational.
Proof by contradiction.
If it was rational, then (a/b)^n is equal to 2
a^n/b^n = 2
a^n = 2b^n
a^n = b^n + b^n
Fermat's last theorem proves this wrong.
Therefore, the nth root of 2 is irrational.