Yesterday was hourly comics day!
I wound up doing four of these, and I’m posting all of them today- I was going to look into how that works yesterday afternoon, but my afternoon got busy really quick.
I’ll post ’em here in the post for now:
Well, you managed to get “Turn Back, O Man” into my head, so consider yesterday a success!
Also, I am so terrified of being caught pickpocketing that I’ve only ever leveled up by buying training from the beggar lady in Windhelm. Worst Guildmaster ever.
I’ve graduated to pickpocketing arrows and gold from Riften guards, because they’re bought off cheap and who doesn’t want a stockpile of >1000 steel arrows?
Just do what I did- don’t level pickpocket. Instead of being a sneaky stealy stabby BLAAURGH, be a sneaky stabby BLAURGH.
You… you hate toast?
Have you considered visiting a mental hopsital? :p
I vote for edit option.
I’ll look into it- this is just how the comments are by default. I know I use my admin editing powers for spelling almost every other post. >_>
as of feb05- tried one, didn’t work
Toast is only a vehicle for things that I actually want to eat. A bland, dry vehicle. Gives me the mouth chafes.
Why not just use a more sturdy piece of bread? Like French bread or …. Iunno, pita?
Also, for some reason those last two panels looked to me like there was a graph behind him, and then I realized it was his shirt. MAGIC GRAPH SHIRT.
I’m surprised at how surprised you were by your sister’s compliment, I mean your comic is good. I mean, I’m still laughing at the Sarah Palin lookalike.
On a related note, yes, stats uses calculus (extensively.) Basically, calculus is great for finding areas underneath a graph, so if you are creating an equation that needs to have an area underneath the curve of 1 even if you go to infinity in the x-axis (infinity is weird) since all possible probabilities have to add up to 1, then calculus helps you not only come up with that equation, but it helps you find out the area underneath the curve at certain points, which gives you a certain probability.
It’s funny, I wanted to learn how to draw and make a webcomic until I took my first drawing class and learned I nearly didn’t have NEARLY enough patience or attention span, so I took up math, since I’m (somewhat) good at it and I can focus on puzzles; it’s kind of nice to know that the stuff I’m learning is useful and isn’t stuff that everyone already knows.
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