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  • {{w|Steve Jobs}} is the former CEO of {{w|Apple Inc.}} [[Category:Comics featuring real people|Steve Jobs]]
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  • ...re PNG, which I say is all for the best. I can think of at least one (the Steve Jobs memorial one) that was almost certainly .GIF, because it needed animat
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  • (Obviously kindly delete this if option a) is indeed correct!) Steve B. -- ''The explaination is up now. Basically it's a big play on the words
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  • ...ry:Spice Girls|Spice Girls]] {{!}} [[:Category:Comics featuring Steve Jobs|Steve Jobs]] {{!}} [[:Category:Comics featuring Summer Glau|Summer Glau]] {{!}} [
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  • : Also, Steve, please sign your comments every time, with four tildes. That expands into
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  • ...r instances of Randall modifying his schedule, the {{xkcd|961|tribute}} to Steve Jobs being another example IIRC, so the MWF rule, while fairly stable, is n (If you'd prefer to email me - I'm at <steve@sjbaker.org>)
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  • ...oung adults, prompting the blunt response from the stickman. The fact that Steve would use such a cliché {{w|2000s (decade)|noughties}} movie term in such :Person 1: Fuck off, Steve.
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  • ...y to help NASA's New Horizons spacecraft accurately home in on Pluto." Was Steve involved in these measurements too? (And any of the numerous ways by which ...pacecraft. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity_assist Reference] I guess Steve miscalculated the maneuver. --[[User:Arturotena|Arturotena]] ([[User talk:A
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  • ...when you see three or four pages share a feature. I don't think scones or steve make up a particularly significant part of XKCD. [[User:Davidy22|<span titl
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  • | titletext = Abel and Steve would've been fine! I like Steve! ...n, used often at those sorts of rallies "It was Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve". This refrain is used to support the definition of marriage as between a m
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  • ...rely means 'borrowed a few lines of code from'. Some (e.g. Microsoft's {{w|Steve Ballmer}}) have therefore argued that this makes GPL software behave as a k
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  • ...osoft}} is the company that makes {{w|Microsoft Windows|Windows}}, and {{w|Steve Ballmer}} was its {{w|Chief executive officer|CEO}} until being replaced in :Black Hat: I forgot about that! it was part of an argument with Steve Ballmer about Vista.
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  • ...malist}}, as exemplified by the weird sounds of {{w|Philip Glass}} and {{w|Steve Reich}}, and {{w|Postmodern art#Movements in postmodern art|postmodern visu
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  • ...the octahedron, which was devised by mathematician {{w|Waterman polyhedron|Steve Waterman}} based upon the work of {{w|Bernard J.S. Cahill}}. ...tp://www.genekeyes.com/B.J.S._CAHILL_RESOURCE.html butterfly map] in 1909. Steve Waterman probably has the only extant "ready to go" map following the same
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  • ...s}} was the two-time {{w|CEO}} of {{w|Apple Inc.}} In partnership with {{w|Steve Wozniak}}, he founded Apple. He oversaw Apple's return from near bankruptcy :[Steve Jobs is lying up in his bed, Roberts is balancing while crouched on the foo
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  • ...{{w|NSA}} headquarters with the help of {{w|Adrian Lamo}}. She helped {{w|Steve Jobs}} develop a vision of the future Apple, as well as having fought MPAA
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  • ...refer it to be more like the US! Sooo fed up with football discussions.) Steve B
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  • {{w|Steve Jobs}} died on October 5, 2011, the day before this comic was posted. He wa ...ting that the rotating cursor above the fixture is, in fact, a monument to Steve Jobs.
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  • {{w|Steve Jobs}} is the former CEO of {{w|Apple Inc.}} [[Category:Comics featuring real people|Steve Jobs]]
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  • ...we just decided to name them all "Steve". Your local forecast tomorrow is "Steve". Good luck. ...rbitrary. The reporter then goes on to tell people that their forecast is "Steve" meaning that the hurricanes are everywhere. He says "good luck", which is
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  • ...ord-checking tool: [https://www.grc.com/sn/sn-313.htm#!s!math%20is%20wrong Steve Gibson Security Now transcript] and [https://subrabbit.wordpress.com/2011/0 *In case you missed it in the explanation, GRC's Steve Gibson has a fantastic page [https://www.grc.com/haystack.htm] about this (
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  • ...so it is possible that Randall made Beret Guy's first word to relate it to Steve Jobs' last words. [[User:Rtanenbaum|Rtanenbaum]] ([[User talk:Rtanenbaum|ta
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  • It's also the first in a long time to make me laugh out loud! Steve B.
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  • ...stuff that should be ''very'' elementary to a scientist in his position. (Steve is probably not a reference to any specific scientist in the real life Manh ...t least 90 years old if it was to be the same Steve though. A person named Steve also comes up with an inappropriate suggestion in [[1672: Women on 20s]].
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  • Removed the following sentence from the explanation. ''Also, Steve says that he is 99% sure that it is "SOH CAH TOA, or COH SAH TOA," he is as Steve's comment could be rephrased as "I have a question, although I'm 99% certai
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  • Actually, "Abel and Steve" is a play on the phrase "Adam and Steve"[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_and_Steve] ...ntrol men and women named "Steve" I wonder if it can control storms named "steve"?[[Special:Contributions/99.102.154.28|99.102.154.28]] 01:47, 6 August 2013
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  • ...t the Apple Store is getting rid of DRM, Cory Doctorow will get rid of his Steve Jobs voodoo doll. ...pple's tendency to release thinner and lighter iterations of its products. Steve Jobs' weight loss would certainly make him a thinner and lighter CEO.
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  • ...counted when we chose Adam first and Steve second, and again when we chose Steve first and Adam second. To avoid double counting the possible couples, we t
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  • ***This was the case with [[961: Eternal Flame]], a tribute to {{w| Steve Jobs}}.
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  • *Dr. {{w|Steve Crocker}} who has worked in the Internet community since its inception. He ...Wolff}}, spelled differently than Steve, but the same as the real name of Steve Crocker. He is one of the many fathers of the Internet, mainly credited wit
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  • -- steve waterman {{unsigned ip|65.92.20.61}}
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  • *{{w|Steve Ballmer}} (with two 'L') is a key figure of {{w|Microsoft}} and its CEO fro ...ences the analogously named Balmer peaks (with one 'L'), and the idea that Steve Ballmer makes for an easy association of programming and alcohol. The peak
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  • ...e. I thought Eve was having sex with another woman, like Adam may do with Steve. [[Special:Contributions/108.162.241.11|108.162.241.11]] 20:38, 21 January ...t a male name. On a more general note the whole "Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve" is really silly. Even if you could prove it (good luck with that), there's
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  • Ugh, I hate it when people attribute everything the the technology to Steve Jobs. Apple spends pebbles on R&D, polishes up the work of other countries ...othing in this comic attributes "everything in the technology industry" to Steve. Secondly, Apple spends more on R&D than most other companies – it's one
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  • ...d video], captured at a developers' conference, featuring a perspiring {{w|Steve Ballmer}} chanting the word "developers."
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  • :[[Special:Contributions/162.158.63.154|162.158.63.154]] Steve
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  • *The rays controlling {{w|Steve Ballmer}} are nonsense, but may reference real {{w|Balmer series}}, a set o ...F, 24/7 NPR pledge drives, a very thin band for the space rays controlling Steve Ballmer, 99.3 "The Fox," 101.5 "The Badger," 106.3 "The Frightened Squirrel
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  • How do we know Steve didn’t just have really long circular bars at the ends of his bed?
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  • ...ame with the outer parts of the female genitals. "Stephen" is probably {{w|Steve Odell}}, the CEO of Volvo Cars in 2009, a subsidiary of Ford by that time,
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  • ...rence Nightingale and Rosalind Franklin. Ada Lovelace and Dame Stephanie 'Steve' Shirley.) Also, can anyone think of an observation that Marie could have ::: Reading the {{w|Steve_Shirley|wiki article about Dame Stephanie 'Steve' Shirley}}, I suspect that being woman in man-dominated field was her only
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  • The 1987 spoof movie "Amazon Women on the Moon," had a sketch where Steve Gutenberg tries to date Rosanna Arquette who then uses a service similar to
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  • ...r to spill the drink on Steve's desk (not pictured). In xkcd, no one likes Steve, as demonstrated in comics 1532 and 1672 as well as this one. However, it i ...you just shift the frequency up by 15%? I think you can get resonance with Steve's desk instead.
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  • | Take me to your leader! – No, Steve. || {{w|Beta Cassiopeiae|Caph}} || {{w|Take me to your leader (phrase)}} || ...'I'' do that? || {{w|Xi Boötis|Boötis}} || ''{{w|Family Matters}}'' ({{w|Steve Urkel}}) || 1989 || 21.89 ± 0.07 ly || 2011
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  • In "Take me to your leader! - No, Steve", what is the "No, Steve" part referencing? The link currently is just for the "take me to your lead ...the "No, Steve" made it into an explicit reference to Newsboys album/song (Steve Taylor wrote the lyrics for it). But then, that's a song fron 1996, and it
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  • ...r Tribune], "Laws prevent the city from poisoning the crows". "Duffy [ {{w|Steve Duffy}}, a co-owner of U.S. Bird Abatement Services, which has contracted w
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  • ...'d get if you were the guy in the chair in front of him in this situation. Steve [[Special:Contributions/141.101.99.224|141.101.99.224]] 13:10, 24 December
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  • ...c. If I was certain I'd change the page. If you're convinced please do so. Steve T [[Special:Contributions/108.162.219.188|108.162.219.188]] 11:52, 19 Decem
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  • ...all, it's roughly equivalent (given average lifespans) to "We haven't seen Steve in half an hour. For all we know he could be dead by now." Yes, possible. N
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  • :::Steve Forbes $11,440,000 :::Steve Ballmer $14,500,000,000
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  • So, was it because his drink got spilled that Steve screwed up the calculations for the Jupiter slingshot, causing New Horizons [https://what-if.xkcd.com/137/ What If?] and [[1532|Xkcd]] mention Steve and New Horizons. [[Special:Contributions/108.162.218.77|108.162.218.77]] 2
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  • ...ust Freeze Wednesdays! Should Mum Fry Warderobe? Show Me Fried Wintercoat! Steve Must Find Wholesaler. (for fried wintercoat, indeed). So Many "Friction" Wo
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  • A similar [[:Category:Tribute|tribute comic]] was also dedicated to {{w|Steve Jobs}}, the day after he died, in [[961: Eternal Flame]], to {{w|Gary Gygax
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  • # Steve is realxing
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  • | Steve Forbes || $114,400,000 *The Money Chart incorrectly reads $11,440,000 | Steve Ballmer
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  • ...eaturing Ron Paul|Ron Paul]] {{!}} [[:Category:Comics featuring Steve Jobs|Steve Jobs]] {{!}} [[:Category:Comics featuring Summer Glau|Summer Glau]] {{!}} [
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  • *{{w|Steve Jobs}} is remembered in the comic [[961: Eternal Flame]] which came out on
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  • |Steve is realxing
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  • | titletext = Last-minute course change: Let's see if we can hit Steve's house. ...the help of a gravitational field. In the comic, presumably someone named Steve made the calculations for the New Horizons spacecraft to accelerate toward
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  • ...asury policy and US law] (as Shkreli is still alive). This may be the same Steve who messed up both [[809: Los Alamos]] and [[1532: New Horizons]]. :Offscreen voice 4 (Steve): ''Put Martin Shkreli on the $5!''
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  • Can we add a category about Comics Featuring Steve? [[User:GizmoDude|GizmoDude]] ([[User talk:GizmoDude|talk]]) 21:28, 26 Apri ...e careful when searching since a "Steve" search will find real people like Steve Jobs and Seven Spielberg for instance... And please do not make a page out
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  • | A typical, generic question asked by Steve Allen on ''{{w|What's My Line?}}'', and is often used when playing {{w|Twen
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  • ...o guess what some surprise object may be. This question was popularized by Steve Allen on the American game show What's My Line? where he initially asked th
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  • ...Maybe it was [[Cueball]] who was clueless, in which case he may represent Steve from [[1532: New Horizons]], now confessing to misdirecting another probe. ...Alternatively, the third NASA representative might be [[1532: New Horizons|Steve]], now confessing to misdirecting another probe.
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  • ...was labeled {{w|OS X}}, which was intended to be read as "oh ess ten". {{w|Steve Jobs}} was irritated that everyone else preferred "oh ess ecks". This phras
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  • ...hich is supposed to be pronounced "Mac OS 10". Apparently it used to annoy Steve Jobs that it was pronounced "Mac OS EX" by many people. {{unsigned ip|108.1
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  • : Perhaps it's just a generic name for the butt of a joke, like poor Steve. [[User:Papayaman1000|Papayaman1000]] ([[User talk:Papayaman1000|talk]]) 15 ::No, I'm pretty sure the butt of the joke in the Izzard skit is "Steve the Bird". Unless he used different names at different times for the same s
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  • Hi, I'm Steve - habitual writer on anything that comes to mind. Find me on Quora or Wiki
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  • : Megan: Google Steve King. ...American society being destroyed by [https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/12/us/steve-king-white-nationalism-racism.html "other people's babies"].
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  • : Steve King comic in north-western Iowa
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  • It's reminiscent of a Steve Wright joke about the candle factory that burned down. Everyone stood and s
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  • ...initely illegal{{Citation needed}}, much like [[Elaine]]'s "meetings" with Steve Jobs in [[1337: Part 3]].
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  • |James Watt (Steam) <br>Steve Harvey |{{w|Steve Harvey}}
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  • #{{w|Steve Bullock (American politician)|Steve Bullock}} (Governor of Montana) #{{w|Steve Sisolak}} (Governor of Nevada)
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  • ...e requests is rare, with only six characters out of 77 ({{w|King Dedede}}, Steve, {{w|Sonic the Hedgehog}}, {{w|Ryu (Street Fighter)|Ryu}}, {{w|Bayonetta (c
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  • ...his comic in real life: "The Internet is Being Protected by Two Guys Named Steve" [https://www.buzzfeed.com/chrisstokelwalker/the-internet-is-being-protecte
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  • [[User:Steve|Steve]] ([[User talk:Steve|talk]]) 07:58, 13 September 2020 (UTC)
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  • ...the 1957 movie ''Zero Hour!'') where one of the most popular gags is when Steve McCroskey first says "Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit smoking",
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  • :Warrior 1: Look! It's a statue of that horrible animal that trampled Steve!
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  • ...e Trojan horse be the pathogen against which immunity was desired, and the Steve-trampling horse be the DNA carried by the immunity vector. This would also ...here was a ruse. In the case of the Trojan Horse, this ''other reason'' is Steve's previous encounter with a horse, leading them to destroy the horse statue
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