Monday, October 26, 2009

The Theory of Mandanativity


It was the great Armenian physicist, Blake Havasu, who first proposed the Theory of Mandanativity, at a conference in Copenhagen in 1942. It went like so:

As mandana moves lower and hawk rises higher, the chance of pink baseball caps on hoochie hot increases exponentially, ipso facto, reductio ad absurdum.

Or, in mathematical terms:

D/b(ag)2 = M/x + (H*y) Σ P*z

Laugh now, but someday you may need that formula.

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