Notes in the Margin

I tend to get bored in class alot. When this happens, I get bored. In Thermodynamics (MECH 330), which I took last year I doodled in the margins. I decided to finally scan all these and put them in the blog. This was really my only source of entertainment in the class.

This is the story of the doodles…


I believe this first one is really heady, it has something to do with wormholes or “branes”, depending on which theory you subscribe to. No further comment really.


I think this was supposed to be a guitar.


Another incomplete picture. Sometimes the fun does have to stop and I actually have to pay attention.


At some point in the past I looked through alot of old early 20th Century political cartoons, which have the odd habit of labelling everything blatently. I find this hilarious and a little insulting. Unfortunately, this pattern is still continued today.


This comes from a joke between Jeff Colden and I. Imagine a Tyrannosaurus Rex attempting foreplay…


This started out as an idea courtesy of Strong Bad – Lil’ Brudda. I elaborated on it.


I put a lightning bolt on all my tests. Its a sign of male virility.


This is just a long margin. No explanation neccesary.


This needs no explanation.


I have no idea where this comes from, but it leads to the next idea.


This is based on an old cliche. See if you can guess what it is. Also, I ran out of room on the page.


Making fun of Atlas Shrugged, and Dali, and Socialism. I’m such a poser Communist.


I think these fish are actually called Hooker Fish. Either way, I have a booklight that looks like the light that they hang off the front of thier head. Unfortunately my newly shorn hair does not provide much purchase.


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The upper part is actually a legit note. The lower part is me trying to make an ambigrammatic logo for the Improv Show. This is shortly after I read Angels and Demons. Notice that the p and h match up nicely.

Woo hoo. I just watched Narnia. I hate child actors. I’m off now, to do something more physical.

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