I know I should write some sort of sublime, thought-provoking and intellectual blog this evening (well, it would make a change if nothing else), but at the end of a busy week I frankly don’t have the oomph.
And nothing interesting has happened this last couple of days, apart from a very pretty drive to Skye and a long journey to Dundee.
So instead, let me tell you a great joke I heard the other day:
A cosine wave walks into a bar, and orders a pint. The barman says “sorry, we don’t cater for functions.”
And in case you think I am going to head off into the inaccessible cul-de-sac of maths jokes, let me instead tell you what is probably my favourite bar joke:
Descartes walks into his local pub. The barman looks up and says “Ah, good evening Rene, will it be the usual tonight?” Descartes pauses for a moment. “Er, no”, he says, “I think not.” And he disappears.
Let’s have your bar jokes, to lighten the mood this weekend.