// Rao pd. 9 Misha, presenting to his group: This song is about how society places a lot of pressure on women's bodies. Dagmawi, from across the room: Nice.
// Pd. 6 Freshman Physics Schafer: Oh, Misha, I meant to ask you. What's 3 times 5? Misha: 3 times 5? Uh... 15. Schafer: 15? Okay, what's the number after 14? Misha: 15. Schafer: And the number before 16? Misha: ...15. Schafer: Oh good, because I was told you couldn't count to 15.
[Talking about particle accelerators in 8th period Math Phys] Schafer: That guy Lawrence, you know, he had that element named after him, Lawrencium. He invented one of the first particle accelerators, the cyclotron. He also has two national labs named after him, Lawrence Livermore and... Noah S [not paying attention]: Lawrence Berkeley, and also doesn't he have that element, Lawrencium, named for him? Class/Schafer: *facepalm* Schafer: Dude we talked about that LITERALLY 15 seconds ago. ... [Talking about the ML theorem 1/2 hour later in Complex] Schwartz: *explains the theorem* Misha: Let me see if I understand this proof. So we take this integral over the contour... *talks out the proof* Noah [not paying attention]: Okay, let me see if I can talk this through... Class: *boiiii* Misha: Noah! You already did this once today! Schwartz: You know, every year, I give an award to the student who asks the best questions that I've already answered, and Noah, you're the clear frontrunner. David W [not paying attention]: Today in Math Phys, Noah did the same thing! Class: *uproarious laughter* Schwartz: Noah, you have competition!
//Pchem prepping for a lab Pham: Always do not assume lab material is clean. For example, we use Vaseline for the lid, but you do not use Vaseline on your body. //Half the class starts snickering Pham: What? What so funny? //Wait for it... //... //Epiphany moment. //Misha facepalms Misha: Oh my God, guys...
//Pham gets up and announces that he's going to get a cap for a copper solution Misha: Is it a glass cap? Pham: No it glass.
//At the jazz concert Eric Shen: Wow, the only people here are like, students from other music classes, parents, and really old people. Misha: What are you talking about? Mr. Paul's here. Eric: Yeah, exactly, really old people.