Oliver: bruh like Santa hasn’t given me snow for the past two years Edem: That’s because you’re a naughty boy
// Monday, January 14: Schwartz runs a snow day class for functions Assignment: ... justify each step! Jeffrey: *creates two-column construction for his solution* Phillip: What is this, an axiomatic proof? Schwartz: *sees solution* Schwartz: *inserts meme onto document: "Is this a [axiomatic proof]?"*
//tennis people Student 1: Are we meeting at the courts? Student 1: ...it's snowing Student 2: Oh no Student 1: Oh yes
//Pd. 7 ADSB //Paul is asking about what everyone did over the snow days/weekend, as always Paul: And Sam, what did you do over the weekend? Sam: It was my sister's bat mitzvah. Paul: Mazel tov! //Skipping a bit of dialogue between Sam and Paul here Paul (moving on to next person): And what about you, Rourke? Enlighten us with tales of your weekend adventures! Rourke: I tripped and stubbed my toe. Paul: Mazel tov!
Mrs. Ravilious: I am the dream killer; I kill all your dreams.
Mr. Klein: "Ok guys, get to work. It's column-reading time, not snow-watching time." Student 1: "Snow?" Student 2: "Snow?" Class: "SNOW?!" \\Entire class looks out the window and just notices that it's snowing
//Following the announcement of a Winter Storm Warning on March 16th, which threatens the chance of another snow day during 2013-2014 school year Rose's gmail status: making cardboard cutouts of students right now to put in chairs for tomorrow's calculus lecture videotaping...
//Discussing a senior party: Teacher to Polina: You can also bring some Russian dessert. Nilay: Here's some... snow!
//classroom discussion has turned to the recent snow Student: Do you believe in global warming? Whitacre: What, are you asking whether I support it? Yeah, global warming! Student: Okay, do you believe that global warming is happening? Whitacre: Heck yes I do. In the future, we're going to get even more moisture here in the mid-Atlantic. That means more snow for you guys...and for your kids. More parent-child together time. You can tell them stories! "I remember back when the snow..." And then they can tell you the same things that you tell your parents now. "Shut up and give me some tater tots and a pot pie. Shut up! My friends are coming over, so go to your room and shut up!"
//Students are debating the next day's snow prospects Ravilious: I already lost my lunch to Mr. Lee from speculating about snow, so I'm not going to make any more predictions. Student: You lost your lunch? Ravilious: I bet him that it wouldn't snow. Now I owe him a lunch.