From XKCD

But THIS guy, he might be for real!

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  1. To be really honest, a third column is missing with "untested". Sadly, that's undoubtably the largest column, and it would obscure the point of the comic as well.

    But the mouseover-text already makes that clear anyway …

  2. Yay! Thanks for sharing. XKCD roolz. I really want this for my new wallpaper, but I can't let go of my existing wallpaper which is this one: http://www.xkcd.com/284/

  3. Ha-ha! I have three of his t-shirts. I love the battle-cry "Stand back! I'm going to try SCIENCE!!"

    Yeah, I love XKCD. It was the Bad Astronomer who turned me on to him, long, long ago.

  4. I use a slide show of the genius of XKCD as my screensaver. Obviousely as a physics geek this is my favorite:
    http://xkcd.com/123/

  5. I was going to send this and then realized it would likely be here already.

    This is likely my favorite (tied with the one linked above):

    http://xkcd.com/179/

  6. The number of people in the xkcd message board thread about this comic that are arguing for woo woo makes my head hurt :(

  7. I own 4 of his T-shirts (my favorite being "SCIENCE, it works bitches").

    I'm currently actually wearing the "my normal approach is useless here".

    I would link the shirts if his store hadn't been down for over a week now. I actually could have used the background radiation link from that first shirt for the discussion about the big bang with our new fundie friend.

    Woo in XKCD? Maybe I should pop on over and make a few comments in that thread.

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