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March 19, 2010, 7:59 a.m.

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//Carlos arrives at sports stat half an hour late Stein: Carlos, meet Eric. Eric, meet Carlos. Carlos: Hey Eric, I hear we're partners for some project.

This event finally disproved the "Eric-Carlos Exclusion Principle." Ever since the project began (so, for about a month), one of either Eric or Carlos was absent EVERY class.

stein, carlos, eric



Nov. 17, 2018, 9:08 p.m.

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//Rose recording a video for Analysis 1A, security comes in the room Security: Are you teaching somebody? Rose: Nope. I just grabbed this free room to do something but I have no idea who teaches here or where anyone is or anything. [pause] Security: What's your name again? Rose: [laughs] I mean, it's irrelevant, but my name's Will Rose I just grabbed the room. Security: I see. [calls office] Yea, Ms. Russ, there's a teacher, uh, using a room cause no one's here. Intercom/Russ: Ok, thank you. Rose: Ok, good. [security leaves] So. People think I'm crazy cause I talk to myself alone in a room... and they are CORRECT.

crazy, rose



June 14, 2017, 10:39 a.m.

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Kevin S. Zhou: How does fear affect humans? It makes them hella spooked.



Feb. 12, 2018, 9:07 p.m.

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//Discrete, continuing a proof of the Euclidean Division Algorithm that started on Friday. Kevin Qian was not here on Friday. //Rose asks about what the cases are. Kevin: I guess for that case, you factor and get b-1, and for the other case you get b+1... Rose: Kevin Qian. You're going to learn some things in this class. But not a whole lot.



Oct. 24, 2017, 1:50 p.m.

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//Talking about tension Schafer: Because I want an absurd answer, I'm going to ask the most absurd person in the class. Carlos: Arthur Schafer: Yep. Schafer: Arthur! Is the box accelerating to the left? Arthur: No, it's a box. Schafer: Is the box accelerating to the left? Arthur: No, it's a box. Scafer: Is the box accelerating down? Arthur: No, it's a box. Schafer: Thank you, Arthur.



April 3, 2014, 9:52 p.m.

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//Schwartz is musing on why one says "good luck" to athletes but "break a leg" to actors Sahil: Sports people aren't smart enough to understand sarcasm. Amy Yan: WHAT? WHAT?



June 21, 2009, 12:26 a.m.

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Mr. Kaluta: You don't have to be quite as quiet outside, you just have to listen to instructions... like "LOOK OUT FOR THE CAR!" That's a good one.



May 8, 2011, 5:19 p.m.

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//at National Science Bowl, all teams are sitting in an assembly. Blair is in the front row. Pham is sitting with his laptop. Dude from adjacent team: Hey, could you guys move over one seat? Blair students: Okay, sure. Pham (without looking up): Ten dolla. Dude from adjacent team: ??? Pham (still not looking up): You pay ten dolla and then we move! //Blair students rearrange without Pham's participation //later Competition person: Thank your coaches for their hard work, dedication, and attention! //Pham rotates his laptop to show Blair kids that he's been playing minesweeper, grins, and continues his game



Feb. 27, 2019, 9:08 p.m.

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//Advanced Geometry //Dzhu is at the computer, drawing a diagram with Geogebra. Reynald stands watching Rose: Can we just have Reynald? He's easier to control. //later, as Reynald draws and the class explains the proof to Rose Rose: This is great, my responsibilities are shrinking, one by one, until I don't need to do anything.



Jan. 12, 2010, 12:07 p.m.

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Rose: and what is an example of a ternary predicate? How about gifts: the giver, the person who gets, and the object given? Stein [just walking into room]: you know what i hate? those email cards. I mean if you want to give a card, go and buy one. Emailing is just too easy. Rose: yeah, so thats ternary predicates.