//chaotic piper anthology, april 29 "Oh, good, that makes it more challenging. Thank you." "They're not helping us, so we can just *ignore them*." "That's too much information. I don't want to give you that much information." "I should look away more often, because whenever I look away, someone new finishes, but when I'm watching it, nothing changes. It's like the watched pot that never boils."
Piper: Okay, so there's 87,000 students in here and none of you are talking? Student: We already finished discussing Piper: And when you discussed the answers, were all 87,000 of you talking, or just a few?
Piper: Sometimes when you write something, you think you wrote it correctly but you actually didn't Piper: And of course you understand it, but other people might not Piper: Like if I were to write, "As a child, my dad was an Army officer," I'm trying to say my dad was an Army officer when I was little Piper: But to other people it looks like I'm saying my dad was a general when he was seven
Piper: I'm only asking you to do Problem 3. Piper: Because I don't like Problems 1 and 2.
Piper: It's not a contest Piper: You don't get prizes for being the strong silent type
Piper: Now, one of the reasons I like #6 is because I got to do a lot of typing
Piper: It's so nice to see all these squares Piper: All this white text
// Piper is talking about boolean algebra Piper: So we have ~C and ~C Piper: I said *not C*, not... *nazi*
Piper: I like your second answer better because it's right
Piper: So have you guys fallen in love yet? // silence Piper: No? Okay, so you might not be able to relate to this.