Subayi: The French and the Spanish...they are very patriarchal. Even if there are 10 women and one man, the conjugation is still man. Subayi: Now, don't tell your parents and have them threaten me, I didn't say this. Subayi: I even voted for a woman to be president! She didn't win, but she should run again. Subayi: I wish Hillary Clinton was president. We had...45 male presidents, and they're all the same.
//stein talking about gambler's fallacy and law of large numbers Stein: The book asks a question about a survey that asks whether or not people planned to read President Clinton's book. Ostrander: Which President Clinton - past or future? Stein: Which President Clinton? Past. Ostrander: Future. She's due.
// Writing quizbowl questions Haydn: Name this female co-founder of ISIS ... Haydn: Hillary Clinton
//Discussing presidential power in the late 20th century in US history Manuel: I actually met Bill Clinton once. Student: Did you shake his hand? Manuel: Yeah, I actually did. You know, even after I had introduced him to my husband, he didn't want to let go.
//Discussing Clinton v. NY Swaney: What is this case about? I'll give you a hint: What did Clinton enjoy for two years? And the answer is not Monica Lewinsky.