Henry, presenting on the Battle of Stalingrad: You see that? That's scientific notation. Henry: Whenever you're talking about deaths in scientific notation, something bad happened.
Anderson: Let's say Mr. Anderson wants to buy Grandma a car, because of course I can do that with my overflowing teacher-salary. //later Anderson: What is the warrant? Why does it matter that the car is cheap? Nicole, quietly: She won't need it for long.
//Kirk Pd. 1 Funx Kirk: There are 3 things that are true in life... Kirk: Death... Kirk: Life... Kirk: And Ninth Period
//Kaluta tells stories about his recent medical issues Kaluta: Apparently I'm not dying anytime soon, so that's good news.
//Will walks in late, had said last class that he'd be sick Delaney: You're supposed to be sick. Will: No, I'm dead. But I came anyway.
//about to measure AC voltage, >100V Jeremy: What if I blow up? Kaluta: You won't, because you're smart enough to know you shouldn't touch the metal probes. Kaluta: But it would serve to decrease the surplus population.
// Ask a biologist presentation, Colby just gave a presentation about a disease that causes constant diarrhea Duval: Imagine if you had a condition that caused that or took a drug with that side effect. Andy: Side effects may include nausea, headaches, vomiting- Duval: SUDDEN DEATH.
// talking about how not everyone dies in game of thrones Lodal: ...but everyone should die!
Student: I'm only absent because I was beheaded
Lodal: I never get 100% participation. Lodal: I assume it's because some people *die* during the class -- and then their necromancer parents raise them from the dead after class.