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Jan 7, 2012
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

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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