//Eli trying to convince Kaz that he does useful things Eli: I can draw a Big Chungus in 20 seconds! Isn't that useful? Haydn: That straddles the line between useful and useless things. Eli: *hairflip* See? It S T R A D D L E S the L I N E!
Duval: The 25th is apparently take your child to work day, so I'll be bringing my kids to class. Haydn: I'll bring my kid as well. Duval: ...Um, well... I guess they can play together. Haydn: No, my kid is way too old to play with your kids.
//Complex //Haydn ties the window's pull cord to a stool, then places a pen on the string and lets go. The pen moves along the rope and hits the chair //Class looks at Haydn Schwartz: I have a story to tell about this. When I took AP Environmental Science-- do you guys still do that? The easiest way to pass the test is to pick the option closest to "Humans suck, and if we keep doing whatever we're doing, we're screwed". Environmental science is actually interesting, but the test was awful. Anyways, I finished in 45 minutes and had an hour left. It was also my last test, so I had all my AP student labels, and there were tissues, paper, pencils, and other instruments on a table we could go to. By using my student labels as adhesive, I constructed a sailboat during that hour, and whenever the proctor made their rounds, I would blow the sailboat from one end of the desk to the other.
//Advanced Geometry Rose: Haydn correcting people is the best genre.
//Adv Geo Rose: Okay, okay, I couldn't figure out this problem on the homework. I spent like hours on it. But I think I can do it now. Haydn: So basically you just extend... Steven *while Haydn speaks*: Wait wait wait, let him finish, he can figure it out. Reynald: Steven has become Mr. Rose, and Haydn has become Steven, and Mr. Rose is now the student
//Quantum Pd. 7 Tanzola: Okay seriously Reynald, how do I get a quote on Blairbash? Haydn: Just say something funny Tanzola *defensively*: I'm funny! //People start laughing
//Period 4 SRP Bosse: Make sure to be a good audience. Last period, not to name any names, but Mark Jung fell asleep. Bosse: To be fair, it was not a lively presentation. Haydn: Was it Schaffer's? Bosse: No, it was Naveen, his voice just lulls you to sleep.
//Avik has been talking incessantly while Schwartz was explaining the "100 blue/brown-eyed people on an island" problem Schwartz: There is the Oracle, who has green eyes. The Oracle can only say one thing to everybody else. Haydn: *Pretending to be the Oracle* Hey!
//Talking about social security and baby boomers Cirincione: After World War II people were so happy that they made lots of babies. The storks brought in tons of babies, which was very impressive considering all the gunfire from the planes during that time. Haydn: What happened to stork mortality rates? Cirincione: There were many planes to be used as attrition: they kept flying over Europe and never came back. This caused stork mortality rates to rise by about 28 to 30 percent. Jonah: Are there Nazi storks?
//Pd 9 POE, while discussing circuits Kaluta: You two are going to end up going to prom together or something