Stein: That was a good question. Stein: Does anybody else have any good questions? Or any bad questions? Stein: Except about televisions.
Bramble, seeing raised hand: Yes? Student: I was going to ask how old your kid is. Bramble: But you're not going to ask now?
//Jerry Song presented his L'Hôpital project Schwartz: Any questions? //no one raises hand Schwartz: Someone make up a question. Jerry: Andy, you probably have a question. Andy: Did I ask? Jerry: No, you didn't ask.
Colby: Mr. Sahu, I have a question. Do you think Mr. Kaluta would be really good at ASMR? //Sahu proceeds to take the question seriously and give an answer
Kirk: Today is just a day where we are posing lots of questions and getting no answers.
Schafer: If you start asking too many questions, you get to the point "I need to understand all of quantum physics to know how a bar magnet works." Schafer: Which is pretty unfortunate.
Martinez: And if you're saying "what are you" Martinez: It'd be like "I'm a human", "I'm a dog", "I'm a female", ...
Piper: So does anyone have any quick questions before we go on? // Long pause Piper: Any ... slow questions?
//Robotics Kinjal: Has build season started yet? Davis: "Has build season started yet?" What kind of a question is that? Where have you been? It's like asking a woman if she's pregnant--you just don't say that!
Rose: No, Mitchell, no more talking for you. Mitchell: I have a legit question. Rose: I don't care. *continues teaching/lecturing*