Learn F***in' Science with Insane Clown Posse


26 Responses to “Learn F***in' Science with Insane Clown Posse”

  1. Anonymous says:

    @nixiebunny • #1: Good observation. I think the old resistor mnemonic is even more offensive since it seems to makes light of rape.

  2. nixiebunny says:

    That mnemonic for memorizing the rainbow colors is no worse than the one taught to every young electrical engineer back in the good old days for the EIA resistor color code. Ask your dad.

    • hechanova says:

      …or Google. Yikes. It’s like someone’s drunk, lecherous grandad became a mnemonic.

    • Anonymous says:

      Medical school had some pretty good mnemonics back in the day.

      • jackie31337 says:

        I learned “Never Lower Tilly’s Pants Mother May Come Home” for the bones in the wrist from my mom, who is an X-ray (well, CT now) tech. I remember the mnemonic, but I can’t remember the names of the bones any more.

  3. Falcon_Seven says:

    Rainbows occur through refraction, dispersion, and total internal reflection, not by transmission. Just sayin’.
    Easy diagram.
    The hard ‘science’.

  4. Anonymous says:

    You guys are too white by half. Seriously.

    Have a smoke-n-a-smile and re-listen to the song: it’s just a coupla goofy honkies using a “rap” format to say “life is really neat, and so are rainbows.”

    And magnets.

  5. LLLLLL says:

    Does everything need a gimmick? Science is kick-ass as-is. Quantum-mechanics, optics, thermodynamics, it doesn’t get much better than that. If you need to pepper it with stupid clown-stuff then you just don’t get it.

  6. Anonymous says:

    bad beer roots our young guts but vodka goes well ;)

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’m living in Transmetropolitan. I never thought I’d see that day when I first read the comic…

  8. Fletcherism says:

    I thought that this was kind of awesome: http://ryansprinkle.tumblr.com/post/509251854

    “Magnets for Juggalos”

  9. numcrun says:

    How about “Virgins In Bed Give You Odd Results?” That’s what was taught in my school.

  10. fxq says:

    Please. Stop.

  11. Hughv says:

    While I appreciate the awesomeness of the video, the incredibly vulgar language negates any good that might otherwise be done, and suggests the performers/writers aren’t well socialized.
    I’m far from a prude in these matters, but the audience that might gain from this presentation is too young for this kind of gratuitous swearing.

  12. Anonymous says:

    20 years and still getting people worked up. Gotta love it.

  13. siliconsunset says:

    So… am I the only one who thinks this reads a lot like a Maddox write-up without the wit?

    Don’t get me wrong, though, I find this to be amazing and funny.

  14. Teller says:

    Sherman, said Mr Peabody, an Original, Young Gangsta is an impossibility since an OG is, de facto, older.

  15. bklynchris says:

    So wait, ICP are anti-science Christian fundamentalist freaks? Yes, right?

  16. Anonymous says:

    Like, the best shit on boingboing.net? and shit?

  17. Trotsky says:

    Swaim and O’Brien (AKA Agents of Cracked) are regular viewing on my Internet comedy rotation. Recommended by Trotsky.

    Do this:

  18. Felton says:

    I just remembered this YouTube clip of Venus Flytrap explaining the atom on WKRP.

  19. JasonsRobot says:

    Rainbows are aren’t magic. They’re a conspiracy.. according to this rational sounding lady: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIYZvr3ueGw

  20. yrarbil cilbup says:

    Sloted next to Evan Perman, two sides of a odd coin.

  21. drearyman21 says:

    The language is horrid.

  22. Anonymous says:

    The five stages of grief:

    Drink Alcohol Before Doing Anal

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