Crappy Sketch of the Moment

82% or .82?

That's supposed to be Mr. Burns

This was a real case. Oil Company X sued because a rival company won a bid with .82, beating out X's bid of 73%. Claiming that .82 couldn't be interpreted as 82%, Oil Company X somehow won. The case was appealed and thankfully overturned.

Crappy Sketches of Old

380 professors think I'm taking notes