Shwetha: Priya, look at Palosky's legs! Palosky: It's beautiful
Anonymous: Well since Robotics is the only engineering club at Blair, ...
//Walking through the SAC on a Saturday morning for robo Abby: Why is it so dark in here? Sam: Because the lights are off... Peachey: It's mood lighting.
Micheal: Hey look there's a Shoppers. Anyone want to get snacks? Kalin: Can we get some Dota ... donuts?
//Aaron and Karina discussing robo and teams that do well because they have tons of resources and professional engineers and get to work in Johnson Space Center and whatnot //Noah mentions an article on the JPL website about teams that were supported by JPL, with the headline "Local High Schools Win Robotics Competition." Robby: Local World Class Research Institution Wins High School Robotics Competition.
//Yoni, Jason, and Szabo are talking about a cubic equation on the white board for robotics //Jason checks his email Jason: KALIN RESPONDED TO AN EMAIL! //The three cheer Anonymous robotics member: What happened? Jason: Kalin responded to an email! //Entire room erupts in joy
//Robotics meeting, Electronics Subteam //designing practice boards in two groups; one group has finished and waiting for the other //waiting group is doodling on the design Kusal: why are you letting them draw on the board? Bronte: We're board
//after we did badly on the Friday of the DC robotics regional Harrison: A great chief executive once said, "We took a shillelagh this morning." People: ... Harrison: That was Obama after the Democrats lost all those House seats in 2010. Several people: It's "shellacking." [He said, "We took a shellacking."] Misha: Isn't a shillelagh what you hit an axe with? Sam: Fucking Boy Scouts...
//Talking about Lego Robotics Ramu: How's the team? Are all ten positions filled yet? Antares: Well, Jordan's last one, but I literally just went up to him in the hall and asked him, and he said okay. Ramu: So is it like, Ten-tative?
//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!