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Song Parodies -> "Asymtotic Line"

Original Song Title:

"It's Miller Time"

Original Performer:

Miller Beer Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"Asymtotic Line"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

From the old Miller commercial and using the "Revenge of the Nerds II" discussion on infinite bigness and smallness!!!
The nerds have been smokin’ some weed
And sometimes they think too much
One thinks he’s so smug
While the other just shrugs
Discussions on space can be rough!

Now there’s perpetual bigness
Coexists equal smallness
Whoa! That’s way too much!
It exists as such?
Calculations may prove too much!

Easy…
Use an Asymtotic Line
Use an Asymtotic Line
Extend it out there
It stretches everywhere
But thinner it gets all the time!

Easy…
Use an Asymtotic Line
Use an Asymtotic Line
Extend it out there
It stretches everywhere
But thinner it gets all the time!

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Barry J. Mitchel - October 21, 2012 - Report this comment
The correct spelling was "asymPtotic" when I studied mathematics. Also, the line is not what gets thinner; rather the deviation from the limit it is approaching shrinks toward zero. A line has no thickness in geometry.

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