Schafer: I'm going to teach you all the physics that Mr. Ostrander knows. Schafer: It won't take long. *writes F=ma on the board* Schafer: That's it.
Glenn: Even Schafer with the grumpy old man affect is a teddy bear on the inside.
// Jerry Song is playing with a slinky Jerry: Mr. Schafer, is this a wave with particle like properties or a particle with wave like properties? Schafer: Listen, it's 8:30 on the last day of school. I'm not going to answer any questions.
// Quizbowl practice Schafer: So one day I saw Henry Merrill chug 5 chocolate milks, one after the other. Schafer: And I told him "you better not throw up in this classroom". Schafer: So he went outside and then threw up in the hallways. Schafer: Technically, he followed my instructions.
Quantum video: Rumsford married the widow of the man who's theory he just disproved. Schafer: Science!
//showing the derivation of a formula in quantum Schafer: what do we do now? someone: e it up Schafer: YES! I’m glad you called it by the correct name. Andy and Jerry: *confused looks * Schafer: We don’t exponentiate both sides, we e it up! Andy: Must be a Kirk thing. Schafer: No, it’s a me thing! From back when I got to teach math here.
Schafer: If you ever catch Stein on one of his not so grumpy days, ask about his dad's research.
Schafer: Ok, time for an Italian lesson. Schafer: So we know that "ino" means little and in Italy, there is a pasta called linguini. Schafer: "ling" means tongue, so linguini means little tongue. Schafer: Now there are a bunch of other Italian pastas with names referring to body parts, some rather inappropriate.
// Talking about Puzzlepalooza Schafer: The frisbee is always fun. Schafer: What do we call it these days? Bussin?
// Quantum presentation Schafer: Here's a chart. Schafer: Not a chAaaAaArt, just a chart.