//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...
//9th period Analysis //Reynald walks in Rose: Can you come back in 15 minutes? //pause Rose: Or not at all?
//Advanced Geometry Jonah: So I still don't get the deep takeaway Rose: *thinks for a bit* Let's just ignore this deep takeaway for a bit //Jonah keeps asking, Rose calls Steven Rose: So what is the deep take away? Jonah: I'm confused Rose: Yeah, I agree with him that he's confused Reynald: That's a great way to say you're confused, Mr. Rose
//Advanced Geometry Rose: I used to teach at this school with average kids. They weren't as intelligent as you guys, but if I taught stuff correctly they would understand. I will never forget this girl who often came to math help-- sometimes she'd be alone with us 2 math teachers and say, "I'm intimidated by you two!" Anyway, one day during math help I was demo-ing this classic proof that these triangles are similar, so that I could practice for next class when we actually did it. After I finished she just looked at me and said in the most confused voice, "...wolf pack?" And I was just looking at her like "What?" It turns out that she had never seen the Greek letter alpha besides stuff from biology like "alpha male", so when I used it as an angle, it didn't make any sense to her. //later, Daniel presents an important lemma that Rose had already forgotten from last class Reynald: Mr. Rose, you know that "wolf pack" girl? That's how Daniel views you.
//Entomology, pd 5 //Luke is looking at his computer; Duval is lecturing Luke: Ahhhhhhhhhhhueghghhhhhhhhhhahughguhghghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh (continue for 15 seconds) Reynald (pointing in the general vicinity): That noise... it came from a mouth?
//Entomology, watching a video Narrator: A female emerges, and immediately there's a brawl. Reynald: That's like Caltech.
//Advanced Geometry //Dzhu is at the computer, drawing a diagram with Geogebra. Reynald stands watching Rose: Can we just have Reynald? He's easier to control. //later, as Reynald draws and the class explains the proof to Rose Rose: This is great, my responsibilities are shrinking, one by one, until I don't need to do anything.
//Period 8 sports statistics //Talking about why the Nationals suck Stein: It's their fanbase. Imagine you're in a religion that you've been very devout to for a very long time. And you work hard to be very devout and push through all the parts you don't like. Then all these new people come in and join the religion just because they think it's cool. Those are what Nats fans are like Reynald: Like a religion... You mean like a religion that starts with "p" and ends in "rotestant?" Stein: like 95 Reynald *interjects*: theses? Stein *continues*: percent of the fanbase suddenly shows up out of nowhere like "yay Nationals!!" and then they disappear the next day. 4% have given up on them, and 1% have hope.
//Entomology 5th //Video of caterpillar eating the egg it hatched out of Reynald: Wait, that's so bigbrain. He spent all of his evolutionary points on an edible egg.
//Adv Geo Rose: Okay, okay, I couldn't figure out this problem on the homework. I spent like hours on it. But I think I can do it now. Haydn: So basically you just extend... Steven *while Haydn speaks*: Wait wait wait, let him finish, he can figure it out. Reynald: Steven has become Mr. Rose, and Haydn has become Steven, and Mr. Rose is now the student