R: Moebius would be a great name for a strip club.
R: You know, with math grads shaking their booty.
J: It’s a bit one-sided.
R: It’s got an edge!
J: But the drinks are really small, because they come in Klein bottles.
R: That gives them an extra dimension.
R: We really are nerds, huh.
R: What’s a concrete canoe?
R: There’s a trailer going into the Marina saying “UC Berkeley Concrete Canoe”.
J: Oh, that. It’s a concrete canoe. It’s a standard project in civil engineering departments. They build ’em and race ’em, to learn the structural properties.
R: What is concrete, anyway?
J: Cement with rocks in it.
R: No, I mean, what is cement? What kind of a thing is it?
J: I dunno. I know you need the right kind of pointy sand, for the crystals to form.
R (dolefully): If I’d got that job on Concrete Weekly I’d know all of this.
J: You sure would.
R: What we need more of is SCIENCE!
J: Ah yes.
R: Got enough x to make a y, got enough forks to eat a pie…
J: You’re just making up words.
R: …got enough Euros to buy a pound, got enough rocks to build a mound!
J: I never knew you cairned.