//Student presentation on UAE's economy (based on natural gas, oil, and tourism) John: Your mom is responsible for 90% of the world's natural gas. Sankar: Your mom is responsible for 90% of the tourism.
//Announcement to class Schafer: Remember to buy Puzzlepalooza shirts! Sankar: Will they be huge?
//Discussing Puzzle Palooza underneath a poster of the Periodic Table Aleksander: I heard the Prizes will be Hydrogen(H) Uranium(U) Germanium(Ge) Saurav: More like Hydrogen(H) Unununium(Uuu) Germanium(Ge)
//Stat homework, explaining random vs. arbitrary selection; Matt shows a page that displays the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 Matt: Sankar, pick one. Sankar: One. Matt: Why did you chose one? Sankar: You said pick one, so I picked "one". Matt: OK, pick another number. Sankar: One.
//Discussing fanny packs John: It's my magnet toolbelt! Sankar: Magnet toolbelt, not magnet tool belt. There's a big difference.
//AP World, class is watching a video about the rise of Islam //Video shows a row of fountains John: Wait, how did they power those fountains? Sankar: Lines of little men, under the ground.
//Chris wraps a rainbow-colored set of wires around Sankar's wrist Chris: HAHAHA! It's a gay band! Sankar: Like One Direction?
Amy: Adarshypoo! Sankar: Oh, because he's brown? THAT'S RACIST!!
//gym, ultimate frisbee, trying to persuade Gary to join one of the teams Sankar: Gary, this is the good kind of peer pressure! It's not like we're trying to make you take drugs. Scott: OH LOOK! A CROW! //Scott chases the crow across the field Gary: Are you sure he's not on drugs?
//about how Chris can be somewhat intelligent, contrary to popular belief, especially when building trebuchets Sankar: So Chris is good at building, and he's pretty smart overall. //following the compliment, Chris smiles, then walks straight into a recycle bin Sankar: ...most of the time.