// Someone mentions Isaac Newton Student 1: Ah, yes, the apple man. Student 2: Isn’t that Steve Jobs? Kirk: I bet I could convince a freshman that Steve Jobs invented calculus.
Henry Ren: Freaking freshmen.
Schafer: So, if Mr. Clay's kids throw Play-Doh at each other, it would be Clay's Clays throwing clay at Clays.
Street: I can just hand out abuse to [Student] and get paid more for it. //later Street: If we demean and squash the souls of the children, we get 5% more money.
Lodal: Guys, if any of you are app developers, could you guys make an app that makes it so that when someone's on nearpod and they're not doing anything, I can shake their icon and it'll shake their computer Student: Uhhh I think that could be illegal Lodal: It would be illegal Lodal: But it would also be funny Lodal: Which one's more important
Student 1: listening to sabaton in the background is one hell of a drug Student 2: You listen to foot armour? Student 1: yes
Street: That's a great perspective on [Student]'s camera: he always looks very tall and imposing. Student: I'm sorry; I drank way too much milk as a child.
[student 1]: man, freshmen sure are great at blairbash [student 2]: yeah all their quotes are more funny because they’re anonymous! [student 1]: and they explain all of the context of the joke in the notes, so that everybody who already got the joke can laugh about it again [student 2]: explaining jokes always makes them funnier and not less funny, especially when everyone already knew what was going on [student 1]: and it's great when they include reactions that don't make it funnier whatsoever [student 2]: lmaooooooooo //EDITOR'S NOTE: keep 'em coming freshmen, i love the references to previous quotes, don't be discouraged by curmudgeony seniors :)
Street: But you know, I am happy to make those sacrifices for my students Street: Especially for [Student] Street: Especially for your benefit, [Student] // later, taking attendance Street: [Student] ... //student shakes head Street: You keep denying it, but the evidence is clear
Student 1: Who's listening to music? Just wondering Student 2: I'm listening to music at all times within my head //later Kirk: I'm with you there, [Student 2]. I'm listening to music in my head, even when I'm not listening to music out loud.