//analogy for one-way hash functions Sahu: Let's say you give me your beloved Christmas ornament, and you say "this means so much to me." Sahu: It has so much sentimental value. Sahu: And I take a hammer, and smash it into pieces, and smash the pieces into dust, and scatter the dust in the wind ...
//bringing out bigger lightbulbs Kaluta: It's big-boy Christmas time!
// Kaluta has a string of large colored Christmas lights Jeremy: Whoa! It’s big boy Christmas time! Kaluta: Yeah, big boy Christmas! Jeremy: Are you Santa Claus?
Boettcher: I spent hundreds of dollars on my two year old, and you know what her favorite present was? The sticks and stones outside!
Denny: So, when you think of Christmas, what do you think of? Class: CHINESE FOOD!
Ian T: Wait, so do you use your secret office? Where is it? Cullen: (with a British accent) It's in Narnia, where it's always winter but never Christmas.
//two days before Christmas, Sean plays the shofar at PoMD Schafer: I can hear that holiday spirit! Ori: You'll have to wait 9 months. Schafer: NOT THAT HOLIDAY.
Stein: I told my wife that I'm going to celebrate Christmas because I want a new iPod.
Pham: See, I tell my son that if he no get good grade, I no give him Christmas present. And he have to get a A in Math. Student: Wait, you have a son? Pham: I only tell you kid what, 10 time? *phone rings* Hang on... //At the end of the call... Pham: That was his Math teacher. Apparently he answer first page of test then turn it in and say he done. I tell her to tell him Christmas not coming.