Remember, the deal is I act like your jokes are funny, you come across with the dog biscuits.
Perhaps Pythagoras just overcomplicated things.
NASA calling —
Are you missing a dome?
A voice-activated, low-altitude flight system!
Are you here?
If you are not, you may be lost.
Think you're funny?
Prove it! Apply for a grant from the de Florez Fund for Humor.
That's right, at MIT you can be funded for being funny. Each year, the de Florez Fund supports projects that pass the hilarity test. Are you funny enough to meet the challenge?
Information and Online Application Form
MIT students, staff, and faculty can all apply for funding.
Under $500 — Proposals for grants under $500 are considered on a rolling basis, throughout the year.
Larger amounts — Proposals for larger amounts are accepted once a semester, in fall and spring of each academic year. The 2014 fall due date is October 13, 2014.
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