Ms. Tinsley: The only things in life that aren't optional are taxes and death. Ms. Tinsley: And ninth period.
Student 1: I got a C on the rough draft! Student 2: How do you get a C on a rough draft? Student 3: I got a zero.
Student: "Mr. Klein, how long can you hold your breath?" Klein: "Ok, that seems apropos of nothing, but, six minutes fourteen seconds." Student: "That's an unexpectedly long time." Klein: "I used to be a navy seal. Don't you read Blair Bash?"
Klein: What's the use of half a child -- other than as a doorstop.
// Anderson is introducing Cuckoo's Nest Anderson: Yes, this book is about B-O-O-B-S and B-A-L-L-S. Anderson: But please, don't just go tittering whenever narrator talks about it.
// Anderson is attempting to pick a random group of presenters numbered 1 through 5 Anderson: I will now throw this die to pick one of the groups. // Rolls a 6 // Rolls a 6 again Anderson: If I get three sixes in a row, you guys can do anything for the rest of the period. // Rolls a 6
Klein: "Look at Blair Boulevard: people just going like 'YOLO,' slapping each other--"
//A counselor had a long family connections account discussion with Klein's Pd. 4 Lang //After she finishes and is preparing to leave: Eisenstein: "Now, originally we were going to have you guys all do a reading quiz. But because we don't have enough time left in class, I'll give you guys a pass on this quiz." Counselor: "You're welcome!"
Klein: And on Valentine's day, we give each other mutilated plant genitals and go "Hey, put this in a vase and watch them wither away and die," because that's what love is!
Horne: I'm good at math. I didn't even need an abacus for that!