Geek Humor

May 27, 2007

Found, Lloyd

So, it looks like Lauren isn’t going to post anything today, so I’ll post a comic that I saw recently. This guy is really really really funny, but his references are geeky. About half of the comics are only really funny if you know something about one or more of Math, Physics and/or Computers. You have to mouse over his comics too. Sometimes the note is funnier than the comic (I think he got that from Brad).

but I won't give this one away by putting it here.

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Lloyd Sommerer is a middle/high school teacher who likes to build websites, read books, grow beards, make fun of Lauren’s prototypes and eat the sauce of the picante.

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7 Responses to “Geek Humor”

  1. Michele Said on:

    And that’s why I love teaching math! 🙂 Heck, that’s why I loved learning math when I was a kid. I like knowing that something is either right or wrong.
    However, I still have some of my students challenge me on controversial math facts like “zero to the zero power is equal to one” or “0.9 repeating is equal to one.” They love to argue about those things.


    • Brad Said on:

      Yeah, teaching Math is nice, except for all the grading…

      And is that Math teacher reading?!? Math teachers don’t read, do they?


      • Lloyd Said on:

        I think that’s a flask.


        • Beth Said on:



        • Michele Said on:

          Yeah -- math teachers don’t need to read -- we need to drink! 🙂 As a matter of fact Mr. Smarty Pants Brad (I called you something worse under my breath), I read two whole pages from my new Mitch Albom book while I sitting at jury duty the other day. THEN, lucky for me, I met another teacher and we talked about math the rest of the time! We math people like to socialize you see.


          • Michele Said on:

            Poop 🙁 I meant “while I WAS sitting…” Don’t blame that on being a math teacher. Blame it on too much work this holiday weekend!

  2. Lauren Said on:

    And who has a comfy chair to sit in? What is a lounge anyway? Another fiction you upper-grade teachers perpetuate?


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