Anderson: Let's say Mr. Anderson wants to buy Grandma a car, because of course I can do that with my overflowing teacher-salary. //later Anderson: What is the warrant? Why does it matter that the car is cheap? Nicole, quietly: She won't need it for long.
//about to spin coins For Science Kaluta: We're going to use nickels, because I can't afford quarters.
Subayi: I hope you all are joking when you say you want to be a teacher. You're gonna be poor forever. Subayi: If you want a bank account balance of zero, that's fine. Subayi: The bank calls me, and asks "do you want your balance, sir?" And I say "no! I don't want to start crying!"
Lodal: Money? I don't have any money for you. I have to waste it on other things.
Student: I have bankrupted almost the entire nation of Barbados. Student: ... Yay.
Street: I can just hand out abuse to [Student] and get paid more for it. //later Street: If we demean and squash the souls of the children, we get 5% more money.
Kirk: You can do something with $9. You can go to the candy store. Kirk: Buy, like, one candy bar. Because candy stores are expensive.
During Graphics, opening up safari, group of students find out that iPhone 5C is out. Brian Ko: Awwh. I love that color scheme! I want one now. Fowler: What do you have now? Brian Ko: Galaxy S3. Fowler: That's pretty up to date. Highschool kids are so spoiled now. Brian Ko: But it's pretty. Fowler: Just get sugar mommy to cough up some dough and get one!
//Class listens to song, John is dancing Moose: Hey John, what did you do with all of that money? John: What money? Moose: All the money that your parents spent on your dancing lessons!
//Hammond walks into pd 1 Analysis 1b Hammond: I've got your money. Stein: Did you get the package? Hammond: Wha-...oh...crap. You know that's blairbash material right there. Stein: Then...what's the money for?