OT: Tee-shirt for the maths type



#6


#7

d:D

#8

Sad to say,
my derivations probably would improve while under the influence...

Ren

dona nobis pacem

#9

A couple of these are pretty good. I like the one titled "useless".
The cheat shirt would be a good idea for some of those obscure extended and I/O module functions in the 41. No reason for an RPN cheat skirt though; Katie has them all memorized.

#10

If I had known any derivers like that when I was in school...who needs booze?


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