Why?

Whenever I have a short break, I find myself going through random comics on xkcd, but I cannot get myself to get back to work. Therefore, I decided there should be a version of xkcd that tells me to GET BACK TO WORK whenever I try to look at more than one random comic. That's all this wobsite does. It's great! This wobsite automatically reminds me that I shouldn't be spending all my time on xkcd. I've had much more spare time ever since!

To put it in an xkcd kind of way: xkcd is like rickrolling, but you're trapped all day.

Another cool feature of this wobsite is the usage of true random numbers taken from ramdom.org, which are generated from atmospheric noise. IT'S TOTAL RANDOMNESS!

This wobsite is an RJProject, which basically means that it will never be completed.



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Warning: this comic occasionally contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors).


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