Bramble: So for about three hours, they expect you to sit down and go into Zoom meetings again and again to learn about classes. Bramble: Are they mad? Katz: You haven't noticed before? Bramble: Sometimes, I'm not paying attention. Bramble: Actually, you can delete that word "sometimes".
Bramble: I hate repetition. Katz: You hate repetition? Bramble: After you work in the Department of Redundancy Department for a while, it starts to get on your nerves, after a while. Katz: Annoyingly gets on your nerves? Bramble: Well, I'm not naming any names ...
//about an erroneous tangent plane equation Schwartz: That's not a plane! Katz: That's a helicopter!
Andy: I was dying in FoT today. Katz: No, you were Andy. Andy: I've been dad-joked by Sean enough today; I don't need any more. Schwartz: Hi, Already Dad-joked by Sean Enough.
Stephen: What is a horizontal distance? Katz: A distance along a horizontal direction. Stephen: No Katz: What do you think it is? Stephen: Your mother Katz: My mother is not a horizontal distance. Katz: If she was, my father couldn't be a vertical distance, because the dot product would be zero, but I clearly exist.
Katz: I haven’t been quoted since becoming mod
// roberts hands out bags to put over keyboards roberts: gotta bag 'em all! katz: pokebag: pokemon, but you put them in bags. student: that's just kidnapping.
//various people talk about CAP Duval: I have some people in CAP in my classes. Katz: That's cap!
Katz: Right, Michael? Michael W: What? Katz: You're a carbon-based life form! Michael W: Yeah... Wait, what am I agreeing to?
Schwartz: Administrative questions? //no questions Schwartz: Math questions? //no questions Schwartz: Questions about alien life in the universe? Ace: Why do we exist? Schwartz: To do this: *jumps in a little dance* Katz: Is that a Proof by Dance of something? Schwartz: It's a Proof by Dance that this is why we exist. Hadar: What is humanity? Schwartz: ... The ability to ask that question. Student: I'm tired today. Schwartz: Then you should try to sleep more. That doesn't mean it's possible, but it's a solution when it is. Schwartz: ... that wasn't really a question.