//Pd 3 Stat Stein: And which line is that? Jesse: *That* one Stein: And what type of line is *that* one? Jesse: Straight
Jesse: So, I've been babysitting- Michelle: You're a babysitter!??! //General hubbub, disbelief Robert: Are you at least bigger than the baby?
//Doing an intro activity on the first day //The people were dice objects; one of the methods, roll, asked them to pick a random number //The objects were told to inform Mr. Paul if given an invalid command //Stein had just quietly entered the back of the room Paul: Jesse, roll! Jesse: I'm sorry Mr. Paul, but I can't do that. The method asks for me to choose a number randomly, but I can only choose arbitrarily. Stein: (emphatically as he walks backwards out of the room) THATS MY BOY YES LETS GO THAT IS MY BOY RIGHT THERE Paul: (as soon as Stein had closed the door) Jesse, 30 squats.
//Trying to pronounce "de Broglie" in math phys //Some things are spelled phonetically Jesse: I think it's de BRO-glee. Sam: I've also heard de BROY-lee and de BROY. Jesse: De BROY? Where's the G? Sam: It's French. French has a lot of silent letters. Anna: De BROY...like Detroy? Richard: What's Detroy? Anna: You know, the city. Jesse: Do you mean Detroit? Anna: Yeah, but the T is silent, isn't it? Everyone: No... Anna: I've been pronouncing it wrong this whole time? Several people: Yes. Anna: But...in that Journey song...they say Detroy! It rhymes with "boy"! Sam: No. Just...no.
//Jesse wants to know how big the hot air balloons are, asks Pham Jesse: How big are the hot air balloons Pham: You too small.
Schwartz: "How did you arrive at the conclusion that no such triangle exists?" Jesse: "Just use the 'Larger Angle Larger Side' theorem." Schwartz: "Which is..." Jesse: "The larger angle..." Jesse: "...goes with the larger side."
//Sambuddha, Jamie, Pratik, Kusal, and a whole bunch of males Schwartz: What should we name x? Sambuddha (joined in by others): EEEEEEEEESHAN // Eshan smiles coyly Schwartz: Alright, we'll call it Eeeeeshan (writes "Eeeeeeshan" on the board"). No more classmates though. How about x^-2? Jesse (joined in by others) Shane!
Scott: The only phone number I've memorized is Jesse's.
Jesse: Aaron, Kalin says you're good at reading code, and I need your services. Aaron: Well, I need to write my own code. Jesse: Well, I do too... //later Jesse: It's tracing time! Arnold: Why would it be tracing time? Why would it ever be tracing time? Jesse: Because it's not "Aaron fixes my code" time.