//on time management Delaney: Maybe you've already slammed out all the mitosis and meiosis stuff, and you do other things that you decide are a good use of your time. //Delaney briefly stares at Student, who is busy on his laptop //later, reading example of bad email Delaney: From "firstname.lastname@example.org", subject "Yo". Delaney: "Hey girl, my naviance is brokin. Get it fixed b4 my deadline. Hit me up." Delaney: I get emails like this from [Student] all the time.
Schwartz: You might be a heathen. Schwartz: You might be an ACADEMIC FREAK. Schwartz: You might have encountered something in the past about how this is somehow related to an indefinite integral, but don't be DEGENERATE! Schwartz: An indefinite and definite integral have NOTHINGGGGG to do with each other, just like how inflammable and flammable do NOT mean the same thing! *Entire class breaks down, Stephen Chen very audibly in hysterics*
Lodal: I know that in two years, you will remember every single thing you learned here, because that's how minds work!
//Schwartz is musing on why one says "good luck" to athletes but "break a leg" to actors Sahil: Sports people aren't smart enough to understand sarcasm. Amy Yan: WHAT? WHAT?
Pham: Project start February 29! Class: But there is no February 29th. Pham: We make it up February 29. Class: But there is no February 29th! Pham: Boy, you guys really smart, huh. (pause) You know that sarcastic, right?
Schafer: He's also the person who said there's no room for sarcasm in your classroom... I said I need a bigger classroom!