Hart: When I ask students to rate -- 1 to 10 -- how fun Road Maps [type of chemistry problem] are, it's usually an 8. Hart: That may be because I say "if it's less than 8, I don't want to hear it."
Hart, alternating between unreasonably many markers, all held at once: I feel like Edward Markerhands.
Hart: How many search windows do you have on your phone? Hart: I have 170.
//Innovation lesson on screen time Hart: Of course, it'll be harder to fall asleep if you've been looking at screens for three hours to do Orgo homework.
Hart: I always reserve orange for my electron-moving colour. Hart: Why? It's my favourite colour. //later Hart: There's not enough people who like orange.
Hart: Why are you in my class instead of S R and Ping? Hart: Wait, don't pee in public.
// Right after school ended Hart: So the second part of my day is over. Hart: I can't wait for the 4th part of my day, grading papers until 2 am.
// Hart explaining benzene Hart: So one night Kekule has a dream, which was probably drug induced… Jerry Song: So in order to learn organic chemistry you have to be one with the organic chemistry. Jerry: Do drugs kids!
Sudhish: who did you have for orgo? Andy: Dr. Brabazon Sudhish: Did you have Hart at all? Andy: Yeah, for the first three weeks before she went on maternity leave and then again at the end of the semester. Sudhish: Was she pregnant the first three weeks? Andy: …she was pregnant for the whole nine months before.
Hart: Andy, do not use chatGPT to write your orgo papers.