Schafer: It'd be like looking at a football field and thinking: Schafer: "How long is that? Uh ... it's less than a mile." Schafer: You're *not wrong* Schafer: But it's not really accurate
//Friday, September 18 2015 //Ms. Piper's FCS class //When Blair's football team is talked about on Infoflow Trunk: Let's touchdown on that story. Piper: And I thought I had been puns.
//Simeon is playing a football game on his iPod. //Clare then takes the iPod from Simeon in the middle of the game. Simeon: Hey! You're going to make me lose. Clare: But I scored, see, it says touchdown. Simeon: The other team scored...
//Teacher gives Henok a problem not taught in class and they solve it together. Henok: Yeah [Teacher], we’re a pro team. Teacher: Oh yeah, go long for the imaginary pass! //Henok jogs across the room Teacher: Here it comes. //Teacher pretends to throw, Henok pretends to catch it, then pretends to drops it Henok: Whoops, I guess I’m the Redskins
Stein: More people do integrals than play football. We have football pep rallies. Student: But do integrals involve violence? Stein: They could.