//Mr. Schafer talking about air resistance and drag Schafer: If I have two balls, and one was subject to drag... Whole class: Trying not to snicker
Mr. Schafer: Age is just a number. Class: ??? Sus...
Cooper:*passing ball to Mr. Schafer**misses* Mr. Schafer: “COOPER! YOU DENTED MY BOARD!”
//Schafer visits Kirk Pd. 7 on talk like a pirate day Schafer: What be a pirate's favorite element? Kirk: ARRRR-GON! Schafer: NO!!! Schafer: It's gold!
Debbie: Mr. Schafer, you look so different with your mask off! Your face is so small!
Schwartz: I am the anti Schafer in terms of efficiency.
// Schwartz monologue I am technically qualified to teach Physics, by the way. You can get qualified to teach a subject by just taking a test. So I went to Schafer and asked "what's on the physics [qualifier] test?" He says "you took AP Physics in high school, right? And you majored in physics in college?" "Yeah." "Then just review what you learned in high school. You'll be fine." Now, in high school, I took AP Physics in 11th grade. And in 12th grade, I took another physics course that went into much more advanced stuff based on multivariable calculus. None of the test was what I studied, and none of what I studied was on the test. I study for the test; I'm about to open the test; I'm ready; I know how to apply Stoke's theorem to these things ... and I open the packet, and the first question is "what is entropy?" I don't know this. Entropy is something to do with heat, right?
Schwartz: If we get to [textbook unit] 7.7, we get to submerge Mr Schafer in giant bodies of water! Class: Yay! Schwartz: And by "Mr Schafer", I mean imaginary Mr Schafer. Class: Ohhh ...
Slides title: What is Supersymmetry (SUSY)? Student: "What is supersymmetry, also known as "sussy"? Schafer: "Su-sie" Schafer: "but AMONG US, I suppose you can call it sussy"
Schafer: Now we need to preserve the pi.