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Imaginary Conversation – II

Posted by Avadhut on 21 March 2007

She: I bought another pair of shoes yesterday! Clogs.

He: I bought another USB drive yesterday. 2 gigs. What do you do with so many shoes anyway?

She: I assign weights to each pair and decide which pair to wear each day such that the distribution of their weights is a Gaussian with a mean of 2.5 and variance that is 3.75 times the rate at which my brain cells multiplied in the previous month. What do you do with all those USB drives anyway?

He: I just use them to store all the data I have so that I don’t need to delete anything. Ever!

She: That’s just pathetic! You could not even come up with a pseudo-random process? And everyone thinks you are the eccentric genius and I am Jessica Simpson. It’s all about your ‘little Einstien’ look, isnt’ it?

He: Of course! My friend, image is everything.

Though I know some day,
She is bound to go away,
And stay over the rainbow.
Gotta learn how to let her go, over the rainbow.

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4 Responses to “Imaginary Conversation – II”

  1. Free is all you gotta be
    dream dreams no one else can see
    sometimes ya wanna run away
    but ya never know what might be comin’ round your way

    Back to dreamland…

  2. Ergo said

    Will miss you tons.

  3. Ergo said

    Oye, I don’t have your email address, so I don’t know how to add you onto Gtalk. Mine’s on my blog in a widget on the right-hand side. Also, get the other’s to add me on too.

  4. Ergo said

    Oh wait. No, that’s NOT my email address account for Gtalk. So DO NOT use that one! 🙂 My google account is at “jerrygroup” AT THE DAMN FREAKING RATE OF yahoo. (you know, those spammers.)

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