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Jan 7, 2012
@Ham24
Surface tension.

Also, coffee seems to have an affinity to white porcelain, perhaps that is why it makes you go..., nevermind.
 
 
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Jan 7, 2012
In short, something so obtusely abstract that is weightiness and relivence to the problem at hand is either no weight or a negitve number [Lolz /LMAO ]....... [Oooooooops ... stuck to ceiling , this bites.... ]
 
 
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Jan 7, 2012
All of this banter is truly enjoyable. However, it does not answer the most obvious question:

Why didn't the coffee in Wally's mug float free of its captivity?

Must be a different level of fluid dynamics in Scott's strips.
 
 
Jan 7, 2012
@CavemanDog

Sometimes people on this site make me facepalm from their stupidity... look at the URL, search.dilbert.com, that's dilbert.com which would be this site so if you got a virus then it's nothing to do with me, I was just linking to an older comic from the search function of this site.
 
 
Jan 7, 2012
Hey R3sistance, my virus protector caught one after I visited your link. What in heck are you doing? I've flagged you as a possible/probable hacker. And ooh yeah, rated u a "strong thumb down." Oooh...
 
 
 
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