damask16


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Re: (Science) - (Fiction) =



Once again I am truly saddened that the title won't be printed on the shirt. That title makes me giggle for some reason.

Johndis5


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Re: Minor Modifications



It's about time someone did a "pluto is not a planet anymore" design. I'm surprised no one thought of it before!

wootvan


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Re: the effect of warm water on bodies at rest



Is this where corn "oil" comes from?

kevlar51


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Re: guts!



delightful!!! I'm so glad those organs had a chance at freedom!

HeartlineTwist


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Assassin15 wrote:I think the joke is that the kid put some poison on the turtles hoping it would be mutant forming ooze. But it turned out it was just regler ole poison.



Which doesn't exactly answer the actual point of his post, which was essentially "why does a middle schooler have access to poison for a science experiment".

I'm pretty sure everyone gets the "joke".

ramyb


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HeartlineTwist wrote:Which doesn't exactly answer the actual point of his post, which was essentially "why does a middle schooler have access to poison for a science experiment".

I'm pretty sure everyone gets the "joke".



There are plenty of poisons readily available to children in every household.

Johndis5


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HeartlineTwist wrote:Which doesn't exactly answer the actual point of his post, which was essentially "why does a middle schooler have access to poison for a science experiment".

I'm pretty sure everyone gets the "joke".



Assassin responded to my first point appropriately. I didn't immediately see the joke, I admit it.

My second point about the poison still stands.

parrotworks


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Re: Just Add Love



Nice work. See private messages.

jasneko


quality posts: 30 Private Messages jasneko
Re: The color of light

Attractive shirt!

Vote!


mrrogers413


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kevlar51 wrote:
I added a wiki link on the OP for those of us who somehow got through their lives without referring to Punnett squares on a daily basis.




I was lost without it. NOW everything makes sense. Great design kevlar!

normadelc


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Re: The RYB color model



This answers the question:
"What's yellow, spins really fast and then turns red?"

bluejester


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Re: Experimenting



This actually is the first design in this derby to make me LOL. Don't know if it'll pass the rejectionator, but for now its got my vote.

sacrerouge


quality posts: 18 Private Messages sacrerouge
Re: guts!



I would wear this! Science is awesome

megadog


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ramyb wrote:There are plenty of poisons readily available to children in every household.



they may be available in many households - but I am sure schools have more stringent regulations to follow.

fungusamongus


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Re: Little Johnny Always Loved Dinosaurs



He always said he would see them someday...

Spiritgreen


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Re: batz haz sonarz!!!



Sweet design, Meg'. Great use of strong colors, you really made them work together, and I love the beetle. :^)

ramyb


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megadog wrote:they may be available in many households - but I am sure schools have more stringent regulations to follow.



I did all of my science fair projects at home- We had to complete our experiments outside of school time and then bring in a poster board and present our findings.

wootvan


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BootsBoots wrote:Shut up. Sometime I like pretty things.



See the experiment done horribly...
HERE!



kevlar51


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Re: [url=http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/Entry.aspx?id=51851]Just put an



"I have to lay off dairy though. That's what my doctor threw in. As I was leaving his office, 'Oh, and uh, leave off dairy.' What kind of blanket sweep is that? 'And no more happiness! Away with you!' "

moronbrigade


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Re: Minor Modifications



Im counting ten strings and 9 planets. Someone please tell me I have poor eye sight...

Seize the Opportunity.

moronbrigade


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Arthurbrigade wrote:Im counting ten strings and 9 planets. Someone please tell me I have poor eye sight...



Points to own name. Roger, im that guy. Sorry, other than that great shirt!

Seize the Opportunity.

neeznoodle


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stephenjordan wrote:Remember those Flinn Scientific safety posters?

Here

I did research a while ago and Carol is indeed a real person.

p.s. The title is supposed to say "Carol" not "Carl"



This makes a whole lot more sense knowing that it should be "Carol" instead of "Carl." Thanks for clarifying!

bluejester


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ramyb wrote:There are plenty of poisons readily available to children in every household.



Act now!! Supplies are low! And, if you order now you'll get this handy tote-bag to carry them all in!

j/k and ribbing you a bit. It's just my humor is really weird today and what you said sounded like an infomercial line.

But the point is a valid one. If it ain't out of reach or locked away then kids think it's fair game people. I don't have kids yet, but I remember the rules. If I can reach it, it's mine!

Johndis5


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ramyb wrote:I did all of my science fair projects at home- We had to complete our experiments outside of school time and then bring in a poster board and present our findings.



Ok, but did you see a lot of people reporting on the results of poisoning their pets? Regardless of what you did at home or school, the fact is, poison is not something you'd find at a middle school science fair. I'm pretty sure it's safe to say that animal + poison experiments are reserved for the big league scientists in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic fields.

megadog


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ramyb wrote:I did all of my science fair projects at home- We had to complete our experiments outside of school time and then bring in a poster board and present our findings.



Point taken, I am not from US we don't do 'science fairs' where i live.

renovatioxii


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Re: It's Science!!!



This tee depicts 3 elements from the periodic table and a formula for an organic compound e.g. the second one is the atom construction of the element Iodine abbreviated "I". When all 4 are next to each other they spell out Science!

pandaeskimo


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Re: Just Add Love



Nice idea and well executed layout and details.

be10der2me


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Re: The RYB color model


Obviously there are "people" here with no sense of humor and have never seen frog in a blender!
I love this one!
GMV!

profbrendan


quality posts: 7 Private Messages profbrendan
wootvan wrote:See the experiment done horribly...
HERE!


Yo, someone get that kid a blanket, he's got hypothermia! Or he's a smurf.

Lovely design, Boots! My monitor's a little wonky, is this navy or black?

skirochester


quality posts: 4 Private Messages skirochester
Re: The color of light



thanks guys!!

accidentalbiz


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Arthurbrigade wrote:Im counting ten strings and 9 planets. Someone please tell me I have poor eye sight...



The big one is the sun, eight planets and a string....

midgerock


quality posts: 6 Private Messages midgerock
Re: Punnett's Misstep



great Job kevlar! looks great! I hope it continues to do well!

midgerock


quality posts: 6 Private Messages midgerock
Re: Sky in a Jar




really beautiful and wearable. gmv!

bassanimation


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Re: Eeee! My Science Fair Experiment.



LOL this is great, Uniique! I always enjoy your designs. This is hilarious and looks great on the shirt. The kids remind me of Shin-chan, which is a super funny show about little kids in Japan.

profbrendan


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djtheatre wrote:I love that this is fogging right now. this joke has always made me laugh so hard!

For anyone still wondering about the reference, Click here and skip ahead to 3:45



That's quite the gnarly set he's performing on there.

zimpirate


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midgerock


quality posts: 6 Private Messages midgerock
Re: The Prince Charming Theorem



I think my daughter would absolutely love this! I wish woot offereda pink shirt blank because this would look great on pink! gmv!

midgerock


quality posts: 6 Private Messages midgerock
Re: The RYB color model



this is so twisted and hilarious!!! gmv!

DianaSprinkle


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taternuggets wrote:Are we in reruns?



The idea behind the two shirts is pretty different. This shirt's joke seems to be just the opposite of that one... "The epic ends" as it were.

Also if we're talking similar concepts, this shirt was waaaayyyyyy closer. But in a completely different style.

Johndis5


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Biffo wrote:How is cruelty to animals funny?



I don't think this should ruffle your feathers. They are just cartoons, they don't have feelings or souls.

Now please excuse me, there is a puppy trouncing around my front yard that's just begging to be kicked.