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"You've just proven that your job doesn't exist."
"Can you stop that crap? The bison are on the move."
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Concert goers form a line to see The Mathematics.
"Are we allowed to pray?"
'I proved that when you start to count your blessings, you find that they're infinite.'
"Let's not politicize how screwed we are."
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Accountants just want to have fun...
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Economics made simple.
"I just figured out why we've never had girlfriends."
'Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't.'
'This isn't a BREAKTHROUGH, Colbert! This is a CIRCULAR REASONING! All you've done here is re-state our original objective.'
'Tell us, in layman's terms, what your breakthrough means.'
Cambridge dons go hungry as they work out the perfect slice of pizza.
Horse five to win, unless they change the jockey.
'Everyone's using your theorem, Pythagoras. I told you you should have patented it.'
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'And if you ever doubt your solutions, simply refer to this formula.'
"But enough about this for a while, gentlemen. Let's talk about real estate."
Lady cleaning hypothesis off blackboard.
'If your calculations are correct, this completely revolutionizes everything we thought we knew about why chalk squeaks on a blackboard!'
"Be still! There's a fine line between art and science."
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"I'll have your check in a moment, sir."
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Progress: The amount of effort expended multiplied by the square of the ratio of scientists to managers: P=E X (S/M)2.
"Have you noticed that there's a preponderance of particularly dense cloud around this morning?"
"Pi what squared? Long John, you should be able to get this."
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