Stein: The important parts of school are over. PuzzlePalooza is done.
// Talking about Puzzlepalooza Schafer: The frisbee is always fun. Schafer: What do we call it these days? Bussin?
Jerry Song: Uh, where is puzzlepalooza? Schafer: Seriously? Your first puzzle is to show up!
Andy: Repeat after me - I will spend all of my time doing the puzzles. Jerry Song: I will spend half of my time sleeping and the other half of my time wanting to go home.
Colby: What's something someone would want to show people? Jeremy: Holes.
//Hammond visited to tell us about Puzzlepalooza and its origin Hammond: You would show up to school on time, have nothing to do for two hours, and get hit by a car when you go to Starbucks. Hammond: Then we made Puzzlepalooza, and everyone loved it, and nobody died that year. Hammond, quietly: Nobody died in the previous years. That's a joke. I guess it's too early for jokes. //later Hammond, to Bosse: These are good questions they're asking. Is this your Ravenclaw class? //later, after Hammond left Bosse: No questions? You had so many questions for Mr ... what's-his-name. Sudhish: Why don't you know his name? Bosse: There's so many Peters running around here!
Rose: I want someone to put a cookie in my hand within like a minute, what are the chances of this happening
// Hammond walks into diffeq, sees the board Hammond: are those absolute values or matrices? Schwartz: matrices Hammond: thank goodness Hammond: this class has absolutely no value
//PPX 2019 Rose: So I heard I was on one of the puzzles. Katheryn: Yeah you're on the crossword //Crossword clue reads: "Mr. Rose, allegedly" //Answer was adult Rose: I mean I'm pretty much an adult. I got married. I have a child. I turned 40. Reynald: Mr. Rose, the fact that you had to justify...
//pd 2 stat Stein: The rogue puzzlelords are insisting that we release the teams early, but we don't negotiate with terrorists.