//7th pd PTSD Justin: Mr. Ostrander said that if I listened to the podcasts he would get me into any college I wanted and I got rejected from all my top tier schools!
Whitacre: Should've went to Oxford. If I went, I would be homeless now.
Rose: ...and he had this group of students who followed him around and thought he was, like, the best professor ever. So I tried to reproduce that.
Jamie Vinson: Can't colleges apply to me?
//A counselor had a long family connections account discussion with Klein's Pd. 4 Lang //After she finishes and is preparing to leave: Eisenstein: "Now, originally we were going to have you guys all do a reading quiz. But because we don't have enough time left in class, I'll give you guys a pass on this quiz." Counselor: "You're welcome!"
//Block B, First day of Pham Chem Pham: This Montgomery County! They want to nail you to Harvard! They want to nail you to Yale! They want to nail you... to MIT! //awkward pause, students don't respond Pham: THEY WANT TO NAIL YOU!
Pham: When I at college, I in pure math. Any idiot can study it. First day learn to write proof, every class after that the same. There no numbers, only 3 letters w, x, y, z, and I know them very well. I don't even know a, b, c.
//Talking about his first year of college Whitacre: I went downtown every night. There were 54 bars to choose from, and I chose all of them.
//More college physics Professor: This is a textbook case -- given it's an intro course, big surprise... //Writes on board: -h^2/2m U'' + (V(r)+h^2L(L+1)/2mr^2)U = EU Professor: Not to wave hands at the people who are going bankrupt because of Greece, but *this* (points at left side of the equation) is EU.
//A taste of college physics Professor (speaks and writes on board): Reality is 3-D. //Professor pauses and writes "at least" before "3D" Professor: That gives you a loophole big enough to drive a string theorist through.