A Wrinkle in Time

Quantum physics, string theory, stuff like lasers and ball bearings–these are just a few things that I like to pretend I understand. Usually I just invoke the names of Stephen Hawking or Dr. Emmett Brown. If my audience is really smart I’ll make a reference to “e”, the loneliest of all the irrational numbers. I had to read a lot of books to pretend to know so much, only to find out from Rooster that I was wasting my time. If you really want to confuse someone, try this line.

Rooster Time Warp

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Dude! I’m impressed that you’re acquainted with “e”. I’ve never heard it described your way, but it’s an apt description.

HM, I listened good in Calc II. Ok, I didn’t actually go to Calc II very often, but I read the book. 😛

zing! rooster strikes again.

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