xkcd Intrusion

Sometimes I think I should be credited for the material presented on xkcd. I’m not kidding. Without proper credit, I’m going to start donning the tin foil chapeau just to keep the author out of my head. Or maybe I am the author. It’s ridonkulous how closely these comics represent my wonderings, thoughts, habits and proclivities. Today’s gem:

And, in case you’re wondering, here are a few others I’ve written about:

And still others that I haven’t written about, but have incited an I-was-just-thinking-that type reaction:

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  1. GrahamW said...

    Yeah — I especially liked the RegEx one. Email address RegEx pattern is a case study in Jeff Friedl’s Mastering Regular Expressions — email addresses are so hairy that the RegEx is over 6500 characters long! I wonder if the cartoon author was giving us an extra wink on this :-)