…Is this a math joke?

And if it is, how many SAN points will I lose if I have it explained to me?


  • Catseye says:

    Yes, SAN loss will be x(d20), the coefficient of (d20) being x. Kind of funny that the coefficient of 43 is 1 when the answer for the meaning of the universe is 42, another math joke.

  • Christine says:

    Well, I’m a math major and it didn’t make any sense to me (of course, it’s been a *few* years since I was in college…). Now, if he’d said 42 I would have at least laughed…

  • Spegen says:

    I think the 43 in meaningless, just the coefficient of 1 meaning picking a random number amongst 1 offered number.

    PS: I am getting sick of looking at Grayson’s ugly mug every time I visit your site

    • Moe_Lane says:

      Hate to break it to you, Spegen, but those ads are apparently targeted. I’m getting the one with the girl with the zombie bite t-shirt.

  • Ric Locke says:

    It’s a math joke.

    But it’s a junior high boy’s math joke. Which is to say, the math equivalent of a fart. Spegen has the details, above. You don’t lose any SAN points having it explained, unless you laugh once it’s explained; then you roll d20 for how many points you get to keep.


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