//end of logic bonding hike Rose: Do you guys feel like you're bonding with each other now? //A few people begin to mouth an answer Rose: Don't answer!
//Logic period 7 Rose: Kline talks about ancient Greece in all of chapter 1, and he skips all the way to 16th century Europe. He is clearly biased toward European philosophers. //Later Rose: The Greeks denoted numbers by segment lengths. They couldn't even multiply 4 things together because they could only imagine 3 dimensions. Meanwhile, other civilizations like the Chinese and Indians took numbers very seriously. Joseph: There are other civilizations!?
//Logic period 7 Rose: Lately, our baby just started screaming. She wouldn't stop until we gave her food. For the first 7 months we've raised her, she was the perfect, adorable baby, but... Joseph: She used to be the form of a baby.
Noah Singer: I had a nightmare last night that this monster told me ZFC was absolutely consistent. I killed it with a shopping cart.
Rose: *writing a propositional logic expression on the board* "If you do the dishes, I'll give you polyhedra". Not unlike discussions happening at my house.
Rose: (introducing a premise in Logic) So, your mother loves you or your father loves you. Hopefully, they both do, but that's why you have two parents.
Rose: I'm having a baby. // Class applauds Rose: Very easy to do.
Maya: Waiting for Godot is kind of like the halting problem.
Callie: Now we'll turn to something fun (pause) no it's just misogyny.
//There are cookies in Logic class, Callie takes one in each hand Callie: Yeah! Double fisting it!