Rose: What's your favorite class? Don't worry, I won't be offended. Student: Uhh... Mr. Kaluta's class Rose: Because of the class or because Mr. Kaluta's kinda wild? Student: ...Because we don't do much
Rose: Next week when I've gotten my haircut, I'm gonna look so hot. You're not gonna believe it.
Rose: Are you feeling pumped? Rose: No? Rose: Then just fake it.
Rose: I wanna go to like Wikipedia of Lies. That's what I want.
Rose: I try to care about my students, but I don't try really hard
//Analysis 1A, Rose is trying to demonstrate something by plugging in a negative number and Stein walks in Rose: Hey Mr. Stein! What's the biggest negative number you can think of? Stein: *pauses* Stein: Negative nine hundred ninety-nine trillion, nine hundred ninety-nine billion, nine hundred ninety-nine million, nine hundred ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred ninety-nine Stein: *pauses again* Stein: Point nine nine nine Rose: *looks at Stein strangely* Rose: Alright... How about uh, something a bit smaller, like -1000? Stein: *disapprovingly* That's not very big
// Period 2 Analysis 1 Schwartz: A rose by any other name... Schwartz: An integral by any other symbol... Schwartz: Take a moment to mourn for what Shakespeare could have been!
// Hammond has just interrupted Complex by announcing that many students in the class still haven't signed up for Puzzlepalooza Schwartz: (to the class) I'd assign it to you as homework, but then it'd be less likely to get done.
Rose: Watching people do math is like watching people exercise
*Talking about epsilon-delta proofs Rose: All epsilon, all Delta, ALL THE TIME.