// Pd. 6 Freshman Physics. Schafer is explaining an energy problem, and just drew a simplified dog. Michael (sarcastically): That is a GREAT dog! Schafer: Well, thank you, can you do any better? Michael: Just saying. That dog looks like one of Picasso's cats. Michael: ...That's not a compliment, by the way. Schafer: I know. If you were my ear, I would make like Van Gogh. Schafer: ...That's not a compliment, by the way.
Kirk: I'm gonna draw -- a little box ... Kirk: Fill it in, with, y'know ... whatever
Kirk: I wonder if there's a parametric equation that can *draaaaww* Picasso's paintings Kirk: ... probably exists
Schafer: And I *hand-drew* it at the bottom so you could laugh at my drawing
Schafer: When you look at my picture here, you can tell that I drew it all by myself, right? Schafer: It looks terrible.
// Introducing tiger-jumping-to-shark physics problem Schafer: I don't understand you kids these days. *This is the most exciting problem you've ever seen.* // A bit later, lamenting his bad drawing Schafer: Now, the tiger looks like ... a diseased starving rat with orange stripes. And the shark -- it looks like an angry goldfish with teeth. The reality is: I can't really draw very well.
Lena: just gonna draw a triangle— *draws a rectangle*
Teacher: There are also lots of firearm drawings in [the notebook]. Student: No, I haven't drawn them in a while. (Pause) About 16 hours.
//During MagGeo, Rose is tracing lines on the board Student: Hey Mr. Rose, that's pretty good. It's almost as good as Mr. Schafer! Rose: That's great. I have finally achieved my life goal of being almost as good as Mr. Schafer.