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02.16.09

Old mathematicians never die

Filed under: Puns — Travis @

Old mathematicians never die, they just lose some of their functions.

Old mathematicians never die, they just lose their identities.

Old mathematicians never die, they just tend to zero.

Old mathematicians never die, they just decay.

Old mathematicians never die, they just dis-solve.

Old analysts never die, they just dis-integrate.

Old geometers never die, they just go off on a tangent.

Old geometers never die, they just dis-figure.

Old geometers do die… but they become angles.

Old numerical analysts never die, they just get disarrayed.

Old statisticians never die, they’re just broken down by age and sex.

John C. George said this, and is credited for starting this type of joke.

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