Sahu: if you use the gmail unsend feature, and it blocks it before it reaches my inbox, then you're good Sahu: but do you really want to gamble with your life like that?
O'Donovan: Believe it or not, teachers have a life outside of school and we would love to live it.
Schwartz: All of life's problems can be solved with Ctrl-Z.
// after finding out that crayola has never released just "purple" as a crayon colour Kirk: This has, this has kinda changed my life a little bit. Kirk: I don't know -- how to approach tomorrow.
Street: [Student], I really want you to conserve your energy //a few more sentences Street: I really want you to sit back and conserve your energy, because ... life is hard sometimes
Blake: The independent clause lives on its own -- has a car, has a job ...
Street: I'm going to give you guys- I'm not trying to be sexist- some advice. Don't piss off the teacher, and don't piss off the girls. //Laughter Street: If one hates you, they'll all hate you. And maybe when you're older and not as saturated with testosterone, she'll find it in herself to forgive you and you might be able to get a date.
Stein: I ran into one of my former students several years ago. She told me what she remembered about my class. I was hoping she'd say something meaningful, like about checking assumptions, but no. What she remembered was "No peeing on the xylophone".
//After doing PTC in bio today, Kaluta in POE mentions getting a treat, but not one that's tasty Neo: I want something that tastes better than PTC. Telon: What about life? Neo: Life tastes bitter.
//At lunch upon hearing another person listing ingredients from a label Paul B. Ellis: You can't spend life reading the ingredients.