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Comic #4551

1 Allosaurus: Raaarrrhh?
2 Advisor: Yes, Mr President, that’s right. Hatmaking chemicals mutate normal frogs into giant frogs.
2 Allosaurus: Raaarrrhh??
3 Advisor: “But that doesn’t explain why people are choking on them?”
4 Advisor: Correct, that’s just plain stupidity, sir. Apparently there was some sort of Internet challenge.

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At this point I'm virtually convinced that you can get people to do anything by making it an Internet challenge.

I reckon that's the way we'll eventually prove the Riemann hypothesis. Someone will make it an Internet challenge to prove it while doing a handstand on the bottom of a swimming pool, and within a couple of days there'll be hundreds of YouTube videos of people doing it.

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