# #12504

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Nov. 10, 2023, 3:57 p.m.

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//Jacobs shows infographic "Heat Related Deaths ARE Preventable" //about how automobiles heat up well beyond the outside temperature over time //a section with clocks (really, stopwatches) is enclosed in, roughly, a speech bubble attached to the car Michael: So is the kid [in the car] supposed to be saying all that? Jacobs: Well, if you look at the diagram, you see the speech bubble coming from the back window panel in the car. Jacobs, later: The car doesn't have an exhaust pipe. The exhaust is these floating, visible clocks. Jacobs: Have you not seen cars in the summer, giving off floating clocks as exhaust? Jacobs, later: This is why we turn back the clocks in the fall; it's to clear away the clocks that cars have left hanging in the air as exhaust.

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# #10354

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March 26, 2022, 3:23 p.m.

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Andy: Do you read the sundial clockwise or counterclockwise? Alena: I would assume it's read clockwise because its a clock.

# #2404

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Oct. 23, 2010, 2:58 p.m.

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Pham: Guy, you need to be hurry up, look at the clock! ...okay, clock dead, don't worry about it.

# #2333

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Oct. 8, 2010, 9:34 p.m.

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// Absorbed in a complicated math problem, Rose vigorously erases the board and accidentally knocks the clock off its hook. It dramatically crashes on the floor and splits into pieces. He stands there for a minute, observing the damage. Rose *mutters to himself*: F***. Stein: You broke my clock. That's the second clock you've broken. Rose: *pause* Actually, a student broke the first clock. // students gather around Rose: You know, I'm 32 years old and I'm finally accepting that I'm a klutz.

October 8, 2010 - Math Help Room