#1664 – Trashed

Well this old garbage truck has seen its last days. Time to put it out by the curb for the trash pickup. What do you mean you can’t fit my garbage truck in your garbage truck? I thought you were professionals!

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15 thoughts on “#1664 – Trashed”

  1. So they should make bigger garbage trucks for the old garbage trucks that don’t work any more… But then what if the big garbage trucks stop working and have to be thrown in the garbage?

    *Imagines a garbage truck of cosmic proportions in the future*

    Yes, they *will* make bigger and bigger garbage trucks until they have one that is so big that you can put the entire universe in it, PLUS an infinite amount of broken smaller garbage trucks, containing even smaller broken garbage trucks. Try to grasp the idea of that…

    1. boog says:

      Consider the possibility of the universe containing a garbage truck capable of containing the universe. That means the garbage truck is therefore able to carry itself. Problem solved.

      1. But how do you put a garbage truck into itself? Would that be like turning it inside out? Because if the garbage truck is carrying itself, inside itself, then there must be an infinite amount of this garbage truck, each one inside the previous one…?!

        Oh my goodness…

        And what would happen if you divide a garbage truck by zero?! I’m pretty sure that would be the end of the univer-

        1. Heinrich says:

          Don’t divide by zero. Only take the limit as n goes to zero of (a garbage truck divided by n). That way we don’t run into a paradox.

          1. But I wanted to run into a paradox! Hehehe…

          2. Wizard says:

            No, you don’t. I ran into a dox once and it really messed up my car. I can’t imagine what two of them would do.

  2. boog says:

    What if you compress the garbage truck into a small cube? Then it’s a question of how many garbage trucks you can haul in a garbage truck.

  3. Chris says:

    Ah, rocket… you have so many non-uses.

  4. Dzelda says:

    No Biff! Dont throw away the rocket! I love the rocket!!!! D:

  5. caffiend says:

    Can I have his rocket?

  6. Nebulous says:

    It’s really hard to throw away a trash can.

  7. Matthew says:

    That much metal, shouldn’t we be trying to sell it for scrap.

  8. pbarnrob says:

    Makes me think of the Universal Replicator (see K. Eric Drexler’s _Engines of Creation_ ); how can a microwave-oven-sized machine replicate itself? I guess, a piece at a time?

  9. kingklash says:

    This looks like a job for thr Junkions!

  10. Tech says:


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