Ahrens: You don't fight a war by yourself Ahrens: You have to fight it with other people
Ahrens: One person was bringing diamonds, and another person was bringing a pineapple.
Izzett: Someone said their respiratory system would process oxygen. Izzett: That is *fabulous*. We all wish our respiratory systems processed oxygen.
Ahrens: So how do we protect against voting fraud now? Ahrens: You may not know. Ahrens: That's okay -- because you're not necessarily voting ...
//Mr. Hinkle discussing a test he needs to take to teach World History Mr. Hinkle: So I have to take a test about a class I've been teaching for 20 years! Haydn: So you know world history pretty well? Mr. Hinkle: Well I'd hope so... Haydn: Okay then when did the US sign the Declaration of Independence?? Mr. Hinkle: That's US history! Not world history! Haydn: What? Is the US not a part of the world?!
//9th US History Ms. Pisini: If you buy this ketchup with an aluminum lid, you can open the ketchup without waiting for your husband to get home!
//9th period history Ms Pisini: "Don't your parents tell you, 'I appreciate you just the way you are'?" Entire class at once: "NO"
Aviva: Hey lets use these Japanese interviews to argue the pro side! In reality, they were all Japanese spies displeased because they could not do their spy stuff.
//Talking about a marriage Student: Would you recommend marriage Whitacre: If I like you, then no Whitacre: If I don't, I'd be like Oh Yeah! Give it a shot!
Moose: See, I like second semester US History more because I've lived through everything that happened.