Lodal: [Student], did you know you misspelled your name today? Lodal: I just wanted you to know. //nontrivial pause Lodal: I also wanted everyone else to know; not gonna lie. // lodal laughs
Kirk: [Writes "Mr. Ostrander"] All right; now you guys can see how to spell his name -- although it doesn't really look like I'm spelling it right ... Kirk: That's an R there? [Corrects writing] Ostrander: It is -- yeah, it's spelled right. You don't need to -- listen, there's so many letters: if you leave one out, no one cares.
Lodal: Wait, is apparent spelled with one "r" or two? Class: One "r". Lodal: So this the time where I tell you guys that I was actually the third grade spelling bee champion. //Lodal proceeds to write "apparent", but spells it as "apparenent" //class snickers, then Lodal realizes his spelling error. //soon after Lodal spells "brightness" as "brightnes" Lodal: And the thing is, if someone else makes a a spelling mistake somewhere, I would be the one to point it out. //Lodal continues writing on the board, but then spells "luminosity" as "luminosty" //Finally, Lodal finshes the equation [apparent brightness is proportional to luminosity over d^2] Lodal: I had to write distance squared with just a "d" so I couldn't misspell it.
Blairbash commenter: Called Hammwabi's law or something // On Hammurabi's Code of Laws