//hyperbolic geometry Klees: You're warping my perception of reality! Rose: Good!
Rose: Just give me one freaking rectangle, and I can prove the parallel postulate.
//Mr. Rose is solving an equation in geometry class Rose, sing-songy: Algebra 1, life is fun! Stephen: That’s a good song Mr. Rose Rose: That is a good song //Rose continues solving Olivia: You know, since— Rose: No, I knew you were going to say something! //continues solving Rose: Wait, what were you going to say? Olivia: Since it’s linear, you know it has a unique solution, so you can stop there. Rose: No, I don’t want to prove a solution exists, I want to actually solve it. Not because we’re going to use it or anything, but because… wait why am I doing this?
Rose: that's not a trapezoid, unless you're depraved
Rose: if you’re not thinking geometrically, you’re not thinking at all
//Discussing contradictory axioms in non-Euclidean geometry Rose: You can't start cooking meth and killing people and saying no, my teacher gave me contradictory axioms so I can do whatever I want!
Rose: I'm taking all of my stock out of American companies and putting it all into China.
//Discussing proof styles Rose: You can do whatever you want, you can use a two-column proof, affine proof, you can shear your dog's fur so the proof is written on it, whatever.
//Geometry final review Mag-Geoers: Mr. Rose, you could have graded our test instead of these (pre-calc). Rose: Yeah, and I already finished the grade book for 4 out of 5 classes. Isn't it great? Rose: It's like I have 5 children and 1 of them just does drugs and gets into jail, you just give up on him.
PBE [looking at Einstein quote on the wall]: This is like something you would say, Mr. Rose. You know, 'the holy geometry book'. Rose: Did you just officially compare me to Einstein? PBE: No, I just compared something he said to something you would say.