//Duval's son has been asking about communism Duval: Coltin, explain to him the communist manifesto. Coltin: Why? What did I do?
//Micro Economics Monday Ryan: Jonathan, can I use your water bottle. Jonathan: No. Ryan: I forgot mine at home. Jonathan: Go to the water fountain. Ryan: Ug. That involves getting up. Jonathan: If you value the water enough to go to the water fountain, then you should do that and I do not need to give you water. If you don't, then you clearly do not value the water enough. //Ryan goes to the water fountain. //Micro Economics Wednesday Jonathan: Ryan, did you remember to bring a water bottle today. Ryan: Shoot. Jonathan: Do you want mine? Resources should be spread to those who need. Those who have should give to those without, even if those without did not take the necessary actions to acquire those resources. Ryan: Screw you. I don't want your water.
//AP Micro talking about different governments Ryan Tse: Communism is the worst form of government. Jonathan Berkowitz *sarcastically* : What about just killing everyone? Ryan: Fine. Communism is the worst reasonable form of government.
//Discussing brownie cookies Mr. Horne: Who in here likes chocolate chips in their brownies? //Several people raise their hands Mr. Horne: I've found the communists in this classroom.
Reynald: Do you know why I don't like communism? It makes game theory less interesting.
Moose: Is communism good or bad? Student: Bad. Moose: Have you read a single page of Karl Marx? No? So shut up!!!
Mr. Flores: I'm pretty sure that the Communist Manifesto was Ryan's bedtime story.
// In Young's US History Young: So President Truman paid 400 million dollars to Greece and Turkey to keep them away from Communism. Daniel: Sheesh, the US just throws money at every problem. // Next class Video: The Chinese felt threatened when General Douglas MacArthur pushed the North Koreans up to the border. In the following weeks, over one million Chinese soldiers poured across the Yalu River. Daniel: Sheesh, China just throws people at every problem.