//Mr. Fauntroy reviewing for the Stacks/Queues/Hashing test in Analysis of Algorithms Mr. Fauntory: So, you guys are pronouncing dequeue like that too? (He means the kway uh way version.) //later Mr. Fauntroy: (in a highly stereotypical manner) AYE DEQUEUE!!!
//Mr. Fauntroy has begun teaching ADSB Dvorsky: Patrick, I've been going through my hand out folder, and I have a question. Why is it that you insist on having this title after your name?
Fauntroy: Hey... I'm a student teacher! I didn't sign no papers. I can do what I WANT!
//Talking about recursion about one of the 'learning' programs Hannah He: So, why can't we put 2 variables in recursion? Mr. Fauntroy: Because I said so. Hannah He: You didn't say so on the worksheet, wait... pretend I didn't say anything! Patrick Shan: CONTROL Z!
//Programing Knights Tour for ADSB //It's a week into programing with 2 weeks left. Evan F: Why does none of my program work? Patrick: You have way too many methods, you should scrap it! Lele, doesn't he have too many methods? Lele: Yeah. Patrick: Clare, doesn't Evan have too many methods? Clare: Yes. Patrick: Mr. Fauntroy do you think he should start over? If you print it out, it'd be like 8 pages long! Mr. Fauntroy: Wait, does it work? Evan: It prints out the board Patrick: But it doesn't do any moves. Mr. Fauntroy: I can do that with three lines! //Later Evan: I found the problem! I need more methods!