Schwartz, talking about Eigenpalooza: Seniors, at some point, you have to decide that you're going to either do it or just not do it. Schulman: I didn't even realize that was an option Schulman (in chat): That's like you go to ask somebody out and expect a yes or a no and they're just like "I have diarrhea" and you're like "I didn't even realize that was a possible outcome here" Bracklinn: I haven't seen the audio and chat of a zoom call diverge this much since I ate a tomato in earth science
//logic chat Bracklinn: spoiler alert Euclid was ME Aaron L: I knew it Gabe: so she was a woman... Kevin: *is. Bracklinn is still alive. Lidz: Bracklinn is actually an incarnation of a phoenix, we just get to know her as a teenager. Tad: dang, time to believe in reincarnation Gabe: oh sorry i was under the impression that she had time travelled. and wait, isn't she like a dead plant or something? Kevin: oh true she's not alive. Euclid *was* a woman. Lidz: Well she clearly isn't dead. She might not be alive, but dead would be ridiculous. Aaron L: That's what she wants you to think Kevin: dead plants are dead are they not Lidz: my senses won't accept it Kevin: your senses lie to you Sam Michio: Rely on reason Lidz: I reason that Bracklinn must not exist, because otherwise she would exist, which is logically impossible. Jennifer Li: brack dne Bracklinn: but then where would the elements come from Aaron L: The periodic table
Bracklinn: ddt != old bay
//sports stat Stein: Bracklinn, doesn't Google have infinite money? Bracklinn: Google has finite money. Stein: Damn.
Bracklinn: Charlotte's type is people who make their own yogurt
//Schwartz innovation period, discussing the bullying modules //the unit on cyberbullying included logos for various social networks Bracklinn: yeah, us high schoolers in 2021 are cyberbullying people via Vine and LinkedIn. Schwartz: well, at least LinkedIn exists. Lidz: Just because a platform exists doesn't mean we can cyberbully people over it?? Schwartz: I believe in you.
//Bracklinn's family is away for the weekend Bracklinn: I turned the thermostat down to 50 F Ethan: Why would you do that Bracklinn: Power corrupts
//multivar breakout room 7 with katie, schulman, bracklinn, raymond, and claire //schwartz enters the room to find raymond is trying to hang a tape measure on the bridge of his glasses Schwartz: I see that everyone in this room really has their nose to the grindstone. //same breakout room a little while later, after schwartz has left Bracklinn: ugh, I've forgotten how to do center of mass calculations... ughahkrshkjaEIHEIEEIIEIEEE //a few seconds of silence Schulman: did you deliberately do something to your internet so your voice did that? Bracklinn: that was not my internet.
//in logic zoom chat Bracklinn: What speech did he give this language in?
//Logic //Discussion of Logicomix Carlos (to Rose): Y'know, I'm surprised you liked it. I got the impression that you're like "I only like it If it's based on math." //later Bracklinn: There was a huge issue in the book. There's a part where the depict Wales, but it looks nothing like Wales. And then they show a bald eagle! But bald eagles are only native to America! Because of these anachronisms I can't like the book.