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Killerfox

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« #40 : 09-05-2003 18:31 »
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yeah its probable that Fry also has the same blood type as the professor (which is the same to Amy's).
Zoud could carry med supplys who knows???
TOTPND
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boingo2000

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« #41 : 09-05-2003 18:34 »

Zoidberg used thread from Fry's clothes.  Not like he needs them at that point...
Asylum-Fry

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« #42 : 09-05-2003 18:42 »

Oh... yeah. Didn't realize that...
aslate

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« #43 : 09-05-2003 19:24 »

 
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Originally posted by foxyboxing:
10 Home
20 Sweet
30 Go to 10

But won't that give you:
Home
Sweet
Home
Sweet
Home
Sweet
(And so on)
Which doesn't quite work...
canned eggs

Space Pope
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« #44 : 09-05-2003 19:58 »

There's a thread for that, too:

 http://www.peelified.com/cgi-bin/Futurama/3-000389/
Asylum-Fry

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« #45 : 09-05-2003 20:04 »

My Texas Instrument calculator runs on simplified Basic... you can make weird programs on it, and do calculations and graphing and... um...

Heheh, that 'simplified Basic' thing was funny. I don't remember why, though. Probably because I'm messed up in the brain.

Basic is pretty easy to understand all of a sudden. Must be where the name comes from... doy (to myself).
Zoidbee

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« #46 : 09-06-2003 15:18 »

Do alien language jokes count as nerdy? Such as (in AL2) 'Code Breakers Chatroom' and (in AL1) 'Tasty Human Burgers'.
foxyboxing

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« #47 : 09-11-2003 10:19 »

 
Quote
Originally posted by aslate:
 But won't that give you:
Home
Sweet
Home
Sweet
Home
Sweet
(And so on)
Which doesn't quite work...


Yes that is true, but don't be a party pooper.  The dork filled essence of the joke is still beautiful.
Lt. Kroker

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« #48 : 09-11-2003 10:59 »

I don't know if this has been noticed before, but the mirrored binary in The Honking is actually the number 666. Now that's nerdy.
foxyboxing

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« #49 : 09-11-2003 11:18 »

I learned how to read binary solely for it's Futruama applications. god I'm a super nerd.
Killerfox

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« #50 : 09-11-2003 17:40 »

i would like to understand the binary jokes  :)
Vintage Dave

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« #51 : 09-12-2003 15:55 »

I sent Killerfox an email, because I'm squeamish about public dissections.
Frymeister

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« #52 : 09-12-2003 19:36 »

P and NP is the nerdiest joke
Asylum-Fry

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« #53 : 09-12-2003 19:48 »

Ohhhh... that's what the binary on the wall meant.
Invader_Tak

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« #54 : 09-13-2003 01:26 »

 Nerdiest joke?

 "ITs a class M planet so at least it will have Rodenberries"

 Star Trek fan humor is seriously geeky.........
canned eggs

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« #55 : 09-13-2003 02:19 »

Yeah, but you don't need a graduate degree to comprehend it. 
KittinGas

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« #56 : 01-17-2004 12:40 »

 
Quote
Originally posted by foxyboxing:
 Yes that is true, but don't be a party pooper.  The dork filled essence of the joke is still beautiful.

Yes, yes it is.
Düffman

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« #57 : 01-17-2004 12:59 »

cripes, i never noticed how many nerdy writers there were in futurama. but anyway, that alep stuff blew my mind.

and for nerdy things, how about leela telling bender how to blow up melzar? and it back fireing like a balloon and something bad happning?
Action Jacktion

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« #58 : 02-23-2004 16:34 »

A lot of people probably didn't realize how nerdy the random number generator in "A Tale of Two Santas" was.  Truly random numbers are an important concept in mathematics, especially statistics.  And generating true random numbers is harder than you might think.
Kryten

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« #59 : 02-23-2004 21:31 »

Hmmm, one that nobody's mentioned yet...



Oh, and to the left of THAT nerdy joke is ANOTHER nerdy joke.
sam004

Delivery Boy
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« #60 : 03-15-2004 18:34 »

There are none they all r funny
DogDoo8

Liquid Emperor
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« #61 : 03-16-2004 01:28 »

my fave is the two nerds talking about star trek (whose better cpt kirk or picard) in I dated a robot.
termos

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« #62 : 03-16-2004 03:45 »
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Well I like the binary jokes and the basic jokes. Very nerdy. There's also a sign that says something like CHR$ - still haven't figured out where I saw it.
Prof. Wernstrum

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« #63 : 03-16-2004 05:45 »

In Futurestock, one of the erm... stock... market... things... (I may understand maths, but my grasp of economics isn't that great) reads "e(pi)i: -1". This refers to one way of representing complex numbers where the direction is represented by Euler's constant raised to the power of an angle in radians multiplied by i (the imaginary square root of -1) and the magnitude is given by a constant value which the whole thing is multiplied by. Anyway, e^{(pi)i}=-1.
Hedonism Bot

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« #64 : 03-16-2004 09:35 »

I thought that Bender not being able to get past the diode in Love and Rocket while he was merging circuits was pretty nerdy. That got a huge laugh out of me when I first saw it, as I had recently done control systems in Physics at school.
Shaucker

Professor
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« #65 : 03-16-2004 18:42 »

As a non-math person, I think the nerdiest reference were the backround political parties in AHITP. The ones seen are:
-Rainbow Whigs
-Space Bull Moose Party
-Antisocialists
-Voter Apathy Party
-Tastycrats
-Fingerlicans
-Green Party

Hee...Rainbow Whigs makes me laugh everytime...
MrFilthyIke

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« #66 : 03-16-2004 21:23 »

In the same vein as the I, Roomate GO TO 10 joke, wasn't there another joke where someone asks if they "have an extra GO TO 10 line"?  I know it's in Season 3 (as I just finished it).
Blackadder11

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« #67 : 03-16-2004 22:05 »
« : 03-16-2004 22:05 »

Calculon in That's Lobstertainment!
~FazeShift~

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« #68 : 03-17-2004 21:03 »

I punched myself for getting the halting problem joke in "Leelas Homeworld".

That is to say I know of the halting problem from college, but never bothered to fully comprehend it.
Hey, I still passed that module!

Also, Bender and Flexo's serial numbers being the sum of two cubes made me think:
"Why the hell would they bother to do that? Nerds!"  :p
JohnQNixon

Poppler
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« #69 : 03-17-2004 21:51 »

 
Quote
Originally posted by Asylum-Fry:
Do Amy and Fry have the same blood type? If they didn't, then wouldn't Amy's body have refused Fry's cells and clotted his blood till it killed him?

They can get away with that in a science fiction comedy show....

Ballistic Fork

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« #70 : 03-17-2004 22:04 »

Bender's Apt. number is 00100100, which in binary can be referenced as 36, which in hex also represents "$".

Also, I didn't figure this out on my own, if you couldn't tell already.
David A

Space Pope
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« #71 : 03-17-2004 22:41 »

 
Quote
Originally posted by Ballistic Fork:
Bender's Apt. number is 00100100, which in binary can be referenced as 36, which in ascii code also represents "$".

FIXED.
Spineless

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« #72 : 03-17-2004 22:56 »

Yeah I was going to say Calculon's "Do you have an extra go to 10 line?" quote.  That amused me endlessly.

Though the one presented in the original post of the topic has to be up there.
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