//Factoring Camp/summer maths, "I like coffee, but I don't like tea" //playing a game wherein Schwartz says he likes or doesn't like a thing according to a hidden rule, and not his true opinion Schwartz: Seems like we're getting to the "let's mess with Mr Schwartz" part of the game. Schwartz (shortly afterward, responding to student): I do like mass genocide.
//on rocket launches Kaluta: If a boat is in the way, they won't launch. They'll yell at the boat, telling it to move out of the way. Uriel: They should just launch anyway. Kaluta: No. Uriel: What if they get points for hitting the boat? Kaluta: Moving right along!
//Ace playing Run 3 extensively, several people watching Stephen: It takes a village to beat a Run 3 level.
Schafer: It's a physics game, so maybe it's not as cool as Mario Kart Schafer: But it's still a game, so hopefully you'll have fun with it
Kirk: I'm gonna oscillate! // later Kirk: I'm gonna go back and forth ... almost like a 1990s video game of skateboarding Kirk: ... where you have a 2D stick figure going back and forth on the thing ...
//Playing Jackbox Student: Who is Hugh Janus?
//Pd 3 bio, learning about transcription and translation Duval: So TFIID, what does TF stand for? Wensen: Team Fortress?
//At the beginning of the semester, freshman Chem. Phan is explaining about Chem life. Pham: None of you guy should stay up until five in the morning. You know me? I usually sleep around ten, ten thirty. Pham: But I also stay up until five sometime. You know what I do? Class:... grading papers? Pham: No! I play video games!
//During software design, testing a game Carlos: Okay, I think I got it working! Stephen: Alright, let's see it. Peter: Here, let me try! //He tests most functions Stephen: It works now! Yay! //as if on cue, Peter's character falls through the floor