//Schwartz retells his AP Environmental Science story (see 8087), then this Schwartz: I finished my AP Physics exam early, and I was sitting next to the brick wall. Schwartz: So I estimated the width of each brick, and, timing with my watch, dropped a pencil repeatedly, to estimate acceleration by gravity. Schwartz: I got it within 10%. //Some of the class erupts in moderate applause //later Schwartz (to Andy): Were you typing that into Blairbash as I was talking?
//Nacho presents maths technique Nacho: The more tools you have in your back pocket, the more shards you can make when you throw your hammers at bricks.
//Freshman Chemistry Block C Lodal: So you guys want to hear a joke? Class: Yeah. Lodal: What's something red that you shouldn't eat? Class:... Lodal: A brick. Lodal:... Didn't see that coming, did you?