//ARML practice //Peter presenting a solution Peter: I got all the questions right except this one, so I don’t know why I’m doing this. Schwartz: Weird flex but okay.
//Schwartz, at ARML, about what to put on dietary restrictions/additional concerns sections Schwartz: If a mosquito bites you, and it's itchy, that's great! I don't need to know that. I need to know if you die when you eat peanuts
//at ARML after Steven used calculus to explain a problem Schwartz: This concept is taught in multivar... so I don't expect you to know it. And those who have taken multivar, I don't expect you to REMEMBER it.
Noah Singer: "TNYWR: The Number You Were Given"
//at arml, playing frisbee on the volleyball court. steven falls into the sand. Steven: I love it when that happens!
// ARML Practice Eric Lu: What do time and Guang's hair have in common? They're both up!
//#5515 reminded me of this: //ARML 2014 Student on Team B: It's pretty cold in this stadium. Does anyone else think it's cold? (Other students murmur in agreement) Proctor (from Western Mass.): Nah, it's pretty warm out. Although I do get why you'd think it's cold, 'cause you all are from Montgomery, Alabama Students: ...we're from Maryland. Proctor: Oh wait really? Raymond: Would there be this many Asians in Alabama?
//At ARML 2015, while buying ice cream Group from New York: Hey, aren't you pretty rural? Sorry, we think everything's rural because we're from New York. Girl on Montgomery team: ... No, we're actually really close to D.C. Group from New York: Wait, in Alabama?! Girl on Montgomery team: No, in Maryland.
At ARML, Victor is eating ice cream out of a cone with a spoon. This sparks a debate about the proper way to eat cone ice cream Jane: Victor, what you are doing is worse than ordering a cup of soup and eating it with a fork.
//at ARML 2012, sitting behind some TJ kids TJ kid: The problem with the two circles was really hard. I spent like 20 minutes trying to figure it out. Hannah He: *leans in between the two kids* I know, right? I was like, what the heck are circles?