//chaotic rose anthology, september 15
"I saw, in my peripheral vision, you weird people being weird, and I've decided to ignore it."
"How are you doing? Say 'good'."
"Even if you teleported here three weeks ago ..."
"When I first came to this job, they had me teach Magnet Geometry. So I figured the students should learn logic first, as part of Geometry. But I wouldn't use the book, because the way the book does it is terrible. So I taught them Fitch-style proofs -- the 9th-graders. Their brains swelled to enormous size, and they were really smart, and when they did proofs later in Geometry, they thought they were easy. The packet you're doing now -- I had 9th-graders do it."
"There's only a handful of rules [of Fitch-style proofs], or maybe two handfuls."
"[Fitch-style proofs] are a great thing to do when you're bored, like on the bus, or when they take your phone away."
"You should go to Sra Cuadrado's class and do these. If you don't have her class, just go to her classroom and do it there anyway."
"I will assume, because you all are great students, that you all read -- at least twice -- my write-ups of class, which are often better than class itself."
"[The logical law of explosion] is like if I have two halves of a hand grenade."
"Are there more slides? I don't want there to be."