Kaluta: I’m so fun they call me mushroom.
Kaluta: people thought the third-pounder [burger] was smaller than the quarter-pounder, because “oh four is less than three!” Kaluta: this is why so many people died of covid.
Kaluta: Can you read what's on the meter? David: Overlord
//measuring resistance of a lightbulb Kaluta: [to Tiancheng] you’re going to hold it Tiancheng: I’m going to hold it? Kaluta: Well *I’m* not going to hold it, it’s gonna get hot!
Kaluta: The number one rule of the soldering iron is do not lick the soldering iron. This is actually a joke from a friend of mine, who sadly passed away— Tiancheng: Did he lick a soldering iron?
Kaluta: everyone knows that electrons are red
Kaluta: My friend Paul Metzler once licked a battery. Generally doing that will just tingle. But he had braces, and it went pop. He almost blacked out.
Kaluta: One year I did have a kid who [jumped out the window]. He was like that—I said “most people wouldn’t jump out the window” so he went *shwoop* Kaluta: He didn’t graduate.
//about to spin coins For Science Kaluta: We're going to use nickels, because I can't afford quarters.
//Spinning nickels until it stands its edge in FOT Raun: The probability of this happening is still higher than college acceptance rates