0939: "Arrow"

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby KShrike » Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:32 am UTC

I love this....
Sorry, I would make a more lengthy post on how awesome Randall is to bring this back, but I got work to do.
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby n2kra » Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:45 am UTC

ModestMouse wrote:
SmoothBlade wrote:He caught it! Thats new, usually, if it does come back, its trying to kill him


That struck me too. He caught the boomerang this time. When he least expected it...


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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby radtea » Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:57 am UTC

Farabor wrote:So, I've often heard of the second law of thermodynamics implying that the arrow of time cannot be reversed....


Only in closed systems. So all we need to do to determine if the universe is open or closed is to set the Hubble's image processing filters on "boomerang" and start searching the sky...
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby mooncow » Wed Aug 17, 2011 12:49 pm UTC

Farabor wrote:So, I've often heard of the second law of thermodynamics implying that the arrow of time cannot be reversed....


In general, yes, but it's a probabilistic effect. Individual exceptions are not statistically significant, which is a great comfort when nursing the boomerang bruise on the back of your head because you turned your back on the arrow of time.

Farabor wrote:Does this mean that that in a universe ruled by boomerang analogies would be anti-entropic? Could this be an answer to the Final Question?


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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby neoliminal » Wed Aug 17, 2011 1:52 pm UTC

Anything is possible with string theory. You just need to add an extra dimension. In this case...
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby ThemePark » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:06 pm UTC

smcn wrote:Re: alt text, I've always loved the Boomerang TV network slogan "Boomerang: It's all coming back to you." (the channel broadcasts old cartoons)

Now I wish I could receive that channel. </3

senorred wrote:"It will never stop, it can always find us..."

A crossover between a homing pigeon and a boomerang.

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Cheese string theory.
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby JakeArkinstall » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:53 pm UTC

I just feel sorry for the person who threw the boomerang...

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Zylon » Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:04 pm UTC

Either that arrow is missing some speed lines, or he thunked it into the side of the panel. I'm not quite sure which.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby JakeArkinstall » Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:14 pm UTC

Or maybe its the panel and the man which are missing the speed lines? :shock:

This comic would indeed be completely different if it turned out the arrow was a stationary body and everything else was simply moving relative to it. But then that'd be one hell of a fast boomerang :roll:

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Fenix Rising » Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:35 pm UTC

JakeArkinstall wrote: But then that'd be one hell of a fast boomerang :roll:


Which would explain his confused look, I suppose.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby phlip » Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:01 pm UTC

ConMan wrote:Does that mean it's time to update the boomerang comic generators?

Mine has been updated. Enjoy.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby ThemePark » Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:19 pm UTC

phlip wrote:
ConMan wrote:Does that mean it's time to update the boomerang comic generators?

Mine has been updated. Enjoy.

Small update to that comic
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby MightGrabYou » Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:26 pm UTC

This reminds me of that old saying:

"Time flies like an arrow, and comes back like a banana"

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby furyguitar » Wed Aug 17, 2011 5:40 pm UTC

Hartland wrote:""Do not throw the arrow that would return against you" - Turkish proverb." - Civ4


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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Insidious » Wed Aug 17, 2011 5:42 pm UTC

Its actually "Do not fire the arrow that would return against you", and its the quote for achieving Archery.

And yes, I went into this thread with the express purpose of putting that quote in it in case someone hadn't already, because thats what it reminded me of.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby ScampDog » Wed Aug 17, 2011 7:03 pm UTC

It turns out that "Return of the Boomerang" is already a movie:

Also known as Return of the Boomerang, Adam's Woman is set in the rough-and-tumble Australia of the 1840s.

... from the MSN entertainment web site.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Ptharien's Flame » Wed Aug 17, 2011 7:46 pm UTC

ThemePark wrote:
phlip wrote:
ConMan wrote:Does that mean it's time to update the boomerang comic generators?

Mine has been updated. Enjoy.

Small update to that comic

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Zinho » Wed Aug 17, 2011 8:41 pm UTC

YttriumOx wrote:
ysth wrote:As in "time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana."

When I first saw that quote as a young child, I only imagined bananas being thrown around and thought it was some kind of surrealist slapstick humour (along the lines of, "Why did the plane crash? Because the pilot was a tomato."), which I've never been a huge fan of.

I subsequently forgot about the quote for many years and then saw it again a few years ago and was totally shocked to realise it actually falls in to the category of word play and double meanings - by far my favourite kind of humour.

No, I don't actually have a point and it's not on topic to the comic... just felt like sharing.


My favorite thing about this joke is that it has multiple levels of wordplay in it, as well. I first saw this joke soon after I'd been exposed to the concept of tautology, so the first meaning I caught wasn't that Drosophila Melanogaster find bananas tasty, but a "longcat is long"-esque literalism; namely, that a banana has the same aerodynamic properties as fruit do (because, you know, it's a fruit...). Whenever I think about the joke my mind jumps back and forth between fruit fly gastronomy and banana aerodynamics, kinda like looking at those old lady/young woman optical illusions.

Huh. Re-reading your post, I see that your first reading was the same way as mine. :? Reading comprehension fail on my part. I guess i just didn't find it surreal so much as internet meme addled, so it's funny for me both ways. :D

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby addams » Wed Aug 17, 2011 10:00 pm UTC

gormster wrote:Context: http://xkcd.com/445/
http://xkcd.com/475/

I was just reading these strips the other day… clicking mindlessly on "Random Comic".


So, funny. He caught it!!

Now what is he going to do? Where is the arrow?
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I shot an arrow into the air,
It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For, so swiftly it flew, the sight
Could not follow it in its flight.

I breathed a song into the air,
It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For who has sight so keen and strong,
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Long, long afterward, in an oak
I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end,
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Samik » Wed Aug 17, 2011 10:03 pm UTC

YttriumOx wrote:
ysth wrote:As in "time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana."

When I first saw that quote as a young child, I only imagined bananas being thrown around and thought it was some kind of surrealist slapstick humour (along the lines of, "Why did the plane crash? Because the pilot was a tomato."), which I've never been a huge fan of.

I subsequently forgot about the quote for many years and then saw it again a few years ago and was totally shocked to realise it actually falls in to the category of word play and double meanings - by far my favourite kind of humour.

No, I don't actually have a point and it's not on topic to the comic... just felt like sharing.

My worst one of these of all times was from those Kay Jewelers commercials, where they always end every commercial with a lady singing "Every kiss begins with Kay".

It probably took me a decade to realize that 'kiss' does, in fact, begin with 'k'.

Once it dawned on me, I facepalmed and felt very stupid, then started relating the anecdote to friends and family. Maybe it's just a matter of small sample size, but, so far, absolutely no one I have mentioned it to had noticed the double meaning either.

I think, in this case, it's just because no one ever actually pays attentions to commercials (Kay Jewelers commercials not the least of which), but if my friends and family are any indication, they may very well be able to boast ownership of the least effective advertising slogan of all time.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Anonymously Famous » Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:11 pm UTC

Samik wrote:My worst one of these of all times was from those Kay Jewelers commercials, where they always end every commercial with a lady singing "Every kiss begins with Kay".

It probably took me a decade to realize that 'kiss' does, in fact, begin with 'k'.

Once it dawned on me, I facepalmed and felt very stupid, then started relating the anecdote to friends and family. Maybe it's just a matter of small sample size, but, so far, absolutely no one I have mentioned it to had noticed the double meaning either.

I think, in this case, it's just because no one ever actually pays attentions to commercials (Kay Jewelers commercials not the least of which), but if my friends and family are any indication, they may very well be able to boast ownership of the least effective advertising slogan of all time.

I think it's a clever slogan, never mind that I'm never going to buy jewelry there (For one thing, I don't have a lot of extra money, and for another, my wife does awesome bead work, so she doesn't really need any expensive jewelry).

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby exhnozoaa » Thu Aug 18, 2011 1:01 am UTC

mackereth wrote:Milton Jones (British comedian) mentioned that he'd learned some Aboriginal words while he was in Australia.

"Boo" was one, which means "to return" Because if you throw an ordinary meringue...


"O Kangaroo, O Kangaroo,
Be grateful that you’re in the zoo,
And not transmuted by a boomerang
Into zestful tangy Kangaroo meringue."

My choir sang that last year.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby xX17GHDUDE17Xx » Thu Aug 18, 2011 1:36 am UTC

phlip wrote:
ConMan wrote:Does that mean it's time to update the boomerang comic generators?

Mine has been updated. Enjoy.


I got this one on my first try:
http://www.mrphlip.com/boomerang/?3+28+2+16+1+30+31

I like the story. 2 astronauts in space. Girl astronaut leaves boy astronaut. Boy astronaut goes out in a murder/suicide.
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby distractedSofty » Thu Aug 18, 2011 1:50 am UTC

Samik wrote:My worst one of these of all times was from those Kay Jewelers commercials, where they always end every commercial with a lady singing "Every kiss begins with Kay".

It probably took me a decade to realize that 'kiss' does, in fact, begin with 'k'.

Once it dawned on me, I facepalmed and felt very stupid, then started relating the anecdote to friends and family. Maybe it's just a matter of small sample size, but, so far, absolutely no one I have mentioned it to had noticed the double meaning either.

I think, in this case, it's just because no one ever actually pays attentions to commercials (Kay Jewelers commercials not the least of which), but if my friends and family are any indication, they may very well be able to boast ownership of the least effective advertising slogan of all time.
For some reason, the voice in that jingle triggered my "incoming bad advertising pun" alarm, and I got it first time.

On the other hand, I first heard "fruit flies like a banana" as the entomological assertion, and the second meaning as: "the path of a thrown piece of fruit is like a banana" (ie, fruit follows a banana shaped trajectory). The actual other meaning never dawned on me before reading this thread.

xX17GHDUDE17Xx wrote:I got this one on my first try:
http://www.mrphlip.com/boomerang/?3+28+2+16+1+30+31

I like the story. 2 astronauts in space. Girl astronaut leaves boy astronaut. Boy astronaut goes out in a murder/suicide.

I like mine about a boy losing his pet shark while playing fetch.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby xondoure » Thu Aug 18, 2011 2:40 am UTC

http://www.mrphlip.com/boomerang/?33+34+23+3

A few tries in.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Eternal Density » Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:07 am UTC

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby addams » Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:21 am UTC

MightGrabYou wrote:This reminds me of that old saying:

"Time flies like an arrow, and comes back like a banana"


That is so funny. Comes back like a banana! I did not catch it the first time.
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby YttriumOx » Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:24 am UTC

Zinho wrote:I guess i just didn't find it surreal so much as internet meme addled, so it's funny for me both ways. :D

Sadly, I'm not exactly a young man anymore these days... "internet memes" weren't around back when I first heard this, or when I finally figured out the intended meaning.
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby jalohones » Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:41 am UTC

scottgoblue314 wrote:No lie, I have a boomerang right next to me from my dad's work trip to Australia a month ago.


I'm in Australia right now and there are no boomerangs anywhere near me. OTOH, the place is covered in arrowheads from all round the world.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Pfhorrest » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:21 am UTC

Time flies like the traversal of entropically anisometric paths through the phase-space of possible worlds.

Fruit flies like acetic acid.
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Aelfyre » Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:51 pm UTC

cjmcjmcjmcjm wrote:
YttriumOx wrote:
ysth wrote:As in "time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana."

When I first saw that quote as a young child, I only imagined bananas being thrown around and thought it was some kind of surrealist slapstick humour (along the lines of, "Why did the plane crash? Because the pilot was a tomato."), which I've never been a huge fan of.

I subsequently forgot about the quote for many years and then saw it again a few years ago and was totally shocked to realise it actually falls in to the category of word play and double meanings - by far my favourite kind of humour.

No, I don't actually have a point and it's not on topic to the comic... just felt like sharing.

Don't hate on surrealism


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EDIT: Also I decided to see what Mr Fibonacci had to say about it..

http://www.mrphlip.com/boomerang/?panel ... 8+13+21+34
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby RyanW » Thu Aug 18, 2011 5:12 pm UTC

For whatever reason, I immediately thought of a comic idea featuring the same thing, but the other way around; somebody throwing a boomerang and then getting hit with an arrow.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby MadKingSoupII » Thu Aug 18, 2011 5:28 pm UTC

It all comes together in Wildheart: Hell of Boomerang
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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby gringer » Thu Aug 18, 2011 7:27 pm UTC

I thought he threw a banana out of the space ship. Perhaps it just took this long to get down to the ground.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Rendu » Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:07 pm UTC

David Morgan-Mar was only acting in self-defense!!

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby SirWhy » Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:08 pm UTC

Jared the Great wrote:Easy. The Phantom Arrow.

I can already tell you that would be a giant "Fuck You" to the well respected arrow/boomerang series.

I am curious as to what the Jar-Jar equivalent would be in the Phantom Arrow however.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Ghandi 2 » Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:53 pm UTC

Boreeas wrote:
scottgoblue314 wrote:No lie, I have a boomerang right next to me from my dad's work trip to Australia a month ago. Since he got back, I've had this song stuck in my head, which I hadn't listened to in probably ten years: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAYmk9Qb9Dc

Thanks Randall!

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Samik » Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:58 pm UTC

xX17GHDUDE17Xx wrote:I got this one on my first try:
http://www.mrphlip.com/boomerang/?3+28+2+16+1+30+31

I like the story. 2 astronauts in space. Girl astronaut leaves boy astronaut. Boy astronaut goes out in a murder/suicide.

^This is good.

xondoure wrote:http://www.mrphlip.com/boomerang/?33+34+23+3
A few tries in.

^This is better.

distractedSofty wrote:I like mine about a boy losing his pet shark while playing fetch.

^This is brilliant.

I love how it gives the shark panel an entirely different meaning.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Pfhorrest » Fri Aug 19, 2011 12:10 am UTC

SirWhy wrote:
Jared the Great wrote:Easy. The Phantom Arrow.

I can already tell you that would be a giant "Fuck You" to the well respected arrow/boomerang series.

I am curious as to what the Jar-Jar equivalent would be in the Phantom Arrow however.

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Re: 0939: "Arrow"

Postby Afrael » Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:55 am UTC

So let's assume a time vulture locks onto a boomerang...


...honestly, I have no idea where I was going with this.


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