Lodal: We're not supposed to use paper for these things -- except in math classes. Jack: Does math just have more allocation of paper? Lodal: No -- some people just don't follow rules.
// Lunch at Science Bowl Regionals Pham: (Gestures to paper bag lunches) These so much waste of paper! Look at all those throw away. Laura: You could save them and use them as gift bags... Pham: Ha! Gift? You don't know me!
// Rose gives some papers to a student Rose: Give these to Schafer, Bosse, Lodal, and Pham. // As student is closing the door to leave Rose: Oh, and tell Pham to actually do it.
Klein: Take out a portable writing surface that you can turn in. Otherwise known as a slice of paper.
//discussing WWII paper rough drafts Stephens: So if your paper says "reinvent the wheel," then your paper is all screwed up.
Hinkle: Ladies and gentlemen, remember how a few classes ago I said that paper products is the name of the game here at Montgomery Blair? Hinkle: [talks about paper towels]
Hinkle: Let me make a prediction: In a few months, there is going to be a thriving black market for paper products here at Montgomery Blair. It's one of the reasons they've been pushing CopyPlus so hard -- copier paper, tissues, paper towels, you name it, we're running low. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a little thing called a fiscal year, which means that budgets are July to July. So if we're starting to run out in December...