Sloe: In genetics, you get to keep your babies. Or, if you want, you can donate them to me and I’ll try to keep them alive in a fish tank.
//7th period bio with duval Duval: I've had dreams... Literal dreams of being able to photosynthesize Chad: have you had dreams of being an insect? Duval and class: *stares* Chad: I mean- you're an entomologist!
Mrs. Sloe: "Babies are fat, right? So if you drop a baby, it sort of bounces."
//Wondering if his title is okay or not Telon: What are the names of your histograms? Soumith: That's a Monday night problem fam
//Pd 3 bio, learning about transcription and translation Duval: So TFIID, what does TF stand for? Wensen: Team Fortress?
//Pd 3 Duval, Duval lets the beetles out and lets the class touch them //Reethi at first was very scared Reethi: Actually I kinda want to hold it //Immediately Cindy brings the beetle closer to her //Also immediately, Reethi: No I don't
//Pd. 3 bio Wensen: Bleuwwaaaaeeuehhh //momentary silence, everyone looking around the classroom Duval: That was you Wensen, right? //Wensen shakes head, turns to put water bottle back into backpack //meanwhile, softly Duval: Was it him? //Tiara, sitting next to Wensen, nods
//Talking about the Texas malaria outbreak in Biology Team Yash: There is a great distinction between a Texan and a person with malaria.
//Period 1 Bio //Vijay jokingly says something that could be taken as insulting to Katheryn //Katheryn begins to fake cry Vijay: Nope. You've done this a billion times before. I know you're faking. //Stares at her as he begins to crack Vijay: I'm sorry! I'm a horrible person!
//Talking about the write-up for a lab. We have only two pieces of data, making a pretty useless linear graph. Student: There's no point in doing a graph. Duval: Actually, there's two points to doing a graph.