Grossman: They sell those Singing-grams way to cheap. 3 dollars to disrupt our precious class time? Talia: Wait. . . if everyone pooled their money, we could order like, 50 and disrupt class for like, an hour! Grossman: Yeah, but then you'd have to listen to an acapella group for like, an hour
//Grossman has brought up again why he won't add Forrest Gump to the cinematic analysis list Student: Can you add Frozen? Grossman: I took my kids to see that movie. It was scary. Student: What? Another Student: I haven't even seen it yet and it's not scary! Third Student: Can we watch it now? The [other class across the hall] was when we were taking a test! Grossman: No, but when you think about it, there's this crazy Swedish chick with ice powers. Tell me that's not scary. Student: Okay, first of all, she's Norwegian... //This went on for a good five minutes
//Grossman hasn't shown up for a CAP 9 US History class for 20 minutes and everyone is just goofing off when Simel pokes her head in from next door Simel: Uh...where's Grossman? //The class goes quiet Simel: Okay, then, I was just gonna return [Random Student's] agenda book that they left in my room... //Simel returns the book and then cautiously backs out the door while everyone suppresses chuckles
Mr. Grossman: Before 9-11, you would arrive to the airport 10 minutes before your flight and go through security with your concealed weapon.
Grossman: I have a feeling that you all will pair off and make bad decisions with each other.
Grossman: I was so high when I was in the Peace Corps... //General gasping Grossman: I mean altitude-wise!
Grossman: If you're traveling to a different country, have the courtesy to buy illegal substances IN the country - don't bring them through the airport!
//Talking about Wall Street and economics Grossman: Basic lesson: Buy low sell high. Well, not literally. Don't sell high.
Mr. Grossman: Here are my kernels of wisdom - if you're in pain, your body is trying to tell you something. And don't take meth.
//In reference to a Senior presentation Grossman: I hope they sing and dance. If they don't, I'll be upset. //Class laughs Grossman: I think I'll bring my taser and make sure.