//Micro Economics Monday Ryan: Jonathan, can I use your water bottle. Jonathan: No. Ryan: I forgot mine at home. Jonathan: Go to the water fountain. Ryan: Ug. That involves getting up. Jonathan: If you value the water enough to go to the water fountain, then you should do that and I do not need to give you water. If you don't, then you clearly do not value the water enough. //Ryan goes to the water fountain. //Micro Economics Wednesday Jonathan: Ryan, did you remember to bring a water bottle today. Ryan: Shoot. Jonathan: Do you want mine? Resources should be spread to those who need. Those who have should give to those without, even if those without did not take the necessary actions to acquire those resources. Ryan: Screw you. I don't want your water.
//AP Micro talking about different governments Ryan Tse: Communism is the worst form of government. Jonathan Berkowitz *sarcastically* : What about just killing everyone? Ryan: Fine. Communism is the worst reasonable form of government.
Jonathan: blood tastes good. Unfortunately, other people’s blood isn’t kosher.
Wensen: Humans entertain me, a non trivial amount for a non trivial amount of time. Therefore they have some use. Jonathan: Humans invented airhockey. Wensen: Okay! Mass extinction!
//Jonathan Berkowitz is very loudly pushing an office chair down the hallway //Schwartz is very quietly talking one-on-one with a student Schwartz: Why aren't you sitting on that and rolling down the hall?