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"High" Correlation - February 27, 2012
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Spiked Math Comic - High Correlation


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This comic is brought to you by the letter 3, which is how many joints I've smoked today!

I thought I was the only one in the world who's heard the "Kermit and Big Bird on weed" parody.

you are not alone! that parody still makes me laugh.

Mike, are you trying to tell us to smoke joints?


Well, if that's what it takes to become a better math geek, I guess I'll do it :-)

it makes mindblowing theorems even more mindblowing

This reminds me of the "Clerks" cartoon. In episode one, Jay seems to think everything looks like a bong.

Why are there no data points for people who have spoked zero joints? Does this mean that everyone smokes joints or that all your friends are stoners?

I wanted to say that the probability of a given graph looking like a joint if you've smoked zero is also zero; However, there would still be plotpints on the x-axis.

This is the reference implementation of the self-referencial joke.

The joint conclusion seems to be that only those who smoke joints join in the plot that joint plots plot out to look like joints.

funny comic- very unexpected!

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