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* It was the most efficient way to reach the Tofurkey
* Because turning is against its (his?) religion
* Being a Christian vector, it’s very important for it (her?) to stay straight

To travel a distance equal to the product of the magnitude of the vector, the magnitude of the road, and the sine of the angle between the vector and the road, in a direction orthogonal to both the vector and the road.

… because it had lost its arrow as the result of the cross product of an aleph-naught(y) indexed, though non initialized, column matrix with entries in a discrete field despite multiplicative laws forbidding self-homomorphic functors if no ring… consequently, it lost all sense of direction and became a vulgar scalar in a maximal entropy space overwhelmed with a mean white noise and got skewed on a regular basis no matter what complex transform it applied …

## Discussion (35) ¬

… because it was threadsafe to cross.

He was lost and needed a sine.

Obvious: to get a perpendicular vector.

to get to the other sine?

FIRST!!!

* It was the most efficient way to reach the Tofurkey

* Because turning is against its (his?) religion

* Being a Christian vector, it’s very important for it (her?) to stay straight

… To find out what it means to be normal.

It had no choice.

To get perpendicular! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xPvD0Z9kz8

To get high. (Surprised no one said it before…)

(Explanation: Think cross products. A vector trapped in a 2-D world crossed with a road gets … high :) )

*Because he wanted to be normal.

v X road âŸ¼ Rv , where R exists in road and v Ïµ V. This is said to be the RV’ing linear transformation.

Should I feel silly about typing this?

because it wanted to point to the sky! (or maybe get down to earth? :S)

It wanted to be normal.

Because you can’t cross a vector with a scalar!

1. To define a plane

2. To make the right angle

3. To get to the other side <- sorry had to be said

He didn’t: He got flattened to bits.

His normal mode of transportation was in flux.

Because when he crossed the mobius strip, he didn’t get anywhere.

Nobody knows, he had no basis for doing so.

because it was a gradient.

Because vector road sin(Î¸)!

Feh. Other people have said similar things. I left this comment at 7:31am an March 6th on LiveJournal as well.

Why did the road cross the vector?

Because it was a column vector.

To plot the chickens veloicty

–To determine the angle between it and the chicken.

–To project itself to the other side.

–To calculate curl(road).

–There weren’t any cars coming.

1. Why not? ( :) )

2. To be rasterized.

3. Ask Hitler. It was his order.

4. To go where no vector has gone before !

To travel a distance equal to the product of the magnitude of the vector, the magnitude of the road, and the sine of the angle between the vector and the road, in a direction orthogonal to both the vector and the road.

(Hey, I didn’t say it was funny!)

To give his life a new direction.

To give his life a new dimension.

To walk on the right (hand) side

Suppose by contradiction that it didn’t…

It was the orthogonal thing to do.

….and yes I know that this ended months ago.

… because it had lost its arrow as the result of the cross product of an aleph-naught(y) indexed, though non initialized, column matrix with entries in a discrete field despite multiplicative laws forbidding self-homomorphic functors if no ring… consequently, it lost all sense of direction and became a vulgar scalar in a maximal entropy space overwhelmed with a mean white noise and got skewed on a regular basis no matter what complex transform it applied …