Meme of the day – T-shirt edition

In case you need an explanation, it’s an electrical circuit diagram. The wiggly line is the resistance, but it can be bypassed.

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11 Responses to Meme of the day – T-shirt edition

  1. czarina33 says:

    I only got it as a reference to Dr. Who’s Daleks, robots which constantly say, “Resistance is futile”. I do not read electric diagrams!

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Ha ha. I needed that explanation, too. 😀

      Liked by 3 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      Don’t feel too badly, czarina, I’ve no idea who is Dr Who or Daleks.

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    • Re-Farmer says:

      Dr. Who? I had no idea. I knew if from Star Trek and the Borg.

      So I looked it up… LOL

      Turns out it’s been used a few times. Not counting albums:

      The Master, a renegade alien Time Lord in the Doctor Who universe, uses the phrase “Resistance is futile” in season 14, episode 9, “The Deadly Assassin”, October 1976

      The Dorcons, an alien species in the Space: 1999 universe, use the phrase “Resistance is futile” in season 2, episode 24, “The Dorcons”, 1977

      Borg (Star Trek), an alien collective in the Star Trek: The Next Generation universe, use the phrase “Resistance is futile” in Season 3 Episode 26, “The Best of Both Worlds, Part One” original air date: June 18, 1990

      Galactus in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., used that phrase in season 2, episode 2, “Planet Hulk” (Part 2), 2015

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  2. jeans2nd says:

    Finally! One for which i needed no explanation!
    O Happy Day
    Will need an explanation for the next one though, guaranteed, so thanks in advance to whomever pulls the short straw.
    Great meme too, Stella, thank you.

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    That t-shirt looks like it might be ohm made.

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