//Talking about what's brown and sticky Ostrander: Some mud has like, suction, so its sticky but not sticky
Street: Just a little piece of history -- Mr. Ostrander used to be good at handing out abuse. // a bit later Street: Nothing illegal -- just mental abuse.
Ostrander: I'm just the administrator. I don't have to know anything.
Ostrander: people are just gonna stare at me Ostrander: or have their names stare at me
Kirk: [Writes "Mr. Ostrander"] All right; now you guys can see how to spell his name -- although it doesn't really look like I'm spelling it right ... Kirk: That's an R there? [Corrects writing] Ostrander: It is -- yeah, it's spelled right. You don't need to -- listen, there's so many letters: if you leave one out, no one cares.
//Overhearing Ostrander and Schafer chatting in the hallway Ostrander: "...yeah, and he'll eat all my mints in the first week." Schafer: "Oh, I do that too."
Ostrander: How many of you guys have not been to a baseball game? *most of the class raises their hands* Ostrander: This is why I don't like magnet kids.
//Taking the survey on PSAT day Ostrander: Is your class using these laptops after the survey? Stein: Yes Ostrander: For good or for bad? Stein: For...class? Ostrander: For good or for bad?
//Analysis 2, Schwartz is listing domains and ranges on board, Ostrander walks in. Ostrander: (squinting) Does that R have 2 lines or am I just seeing things?
Ostrander: Don't trust people who look like they're fit, they don't know what the good fast food places are.