//explaining parametric Schwartz: So let's say we throw the duck. Student: That's animal abuse! Schwartz: No it's not, we're throwing a duck.
// talking about chicken eggs to be hatched later Duval: Next semester, if you have me for Biology, or visit at lunch, you can hang out with chicks, like how you're hanging out with hermit crabs now. Carlos: I wish I could hang out with chicks in class.
//Analysis II pd 8, students are doing practice problems //As some students are doing problems and others are DoINg PrObLEmS, people talk more //crescendo //CRESCENDO Schwartz: Hey!! //fp Schwartz: You guys are too happy to be doing math, so be quieter. Here, do these annoying math problems (it's good for you)
// Demonstrating an experiment Stein: Alright so we block 1000 people into different weight groups. Stein: This is America, so let's make 500 of them heavy people.
//Schwartz retells his AP Environmental Science story (see 8087), then this Schwartz: I finished my AP Physics exam early, and I was sitting next to the brick wall. Schwartz: So I estimated the width of each brick, and, timing with my watch, dropped a pencil repeatedly, to estimate acceleration by gravity. Schwartz: I got it within 10%. //Some of the class erupts in moderate applause //later Schwartz (to Andy): Were you typing that into Blairbash as I was talking?
//Freshman Physics discussing what will happen if we leave school grounds on exam day. Student: Will the security guards be there watching us? Davis: Yes. They will be out there watching if you're leaving the grounds. Student: Will they have weapons with them, too? //Davis gives a disapproving look. Davis, sarcastically: Yes. The armory is up on the fourth floor with the pool.