Chervenak: Oh no! Haddad is touching my Jewish balls!
//We're in complex, trying to define interior, exterior, and boundary points of regions in terms of "epsilon balls" and "punctured epsilon balls" (yes, these are real terms). //The class is going back and forth over which of the balls in which of the three definitions should be punctured. They ultimately decide that none of the balls should be punctured. Brian: Moral of the story: don't puncture your balls. //Later, Stein walks in because we're making a lot of noise Stein: This class is so loud. Schwartz: That's wonderfully ironic. [We can hear Stein's loud stat activities very clearly across the hall.] Stein: I'm trying to teach, and all I can hear is Arnold Mong yelling "balls, balls, balls!"
//John is talking on the phone to Michael John: Thank you very much, I do have balls and I do have brains.
//doing derivative problems Rose: [says something intriguing] Richard: (whispers) Whoa, balls. //he whispers this several times in class, like every 5 minutes Rose: (after the third time) Richard, you need to stop saying balls. Richard: Okay. //Rose draws a problem with two circles tangent to one line Rose: This problem-- Richard: BALLS!!!!! Rose: ...Yes Richard, they're balls.