//Vlasits talking about activism Student: Have you ever been arrested? Vlasits: Yeah, a couple times. Student: How many times? Vlasits: Oh, not that many. Student 2: Yeah, but how many? Vlasits (waving it off): Oh, only about 8 or 10.
Vlasits: Yes, in the country families had lots of children. I guess they didn't have much else to do at night... //the class doesn't get it Vlasits: I'll let that one sink in for a while... //continues teaching
Vlasits: Do I go to happy hour? Yes. I do. And I believe its legal too. For me. Not you."
//Mr. Vlasits has only a few minutes to summarize the 1920s for interdisciplinaries... Vlasits: The 1920s was a huge, 10 year long party that not everyone was invited to. The 1930s was the 10 year long hangover.
//Mr. Vlasits is talking about America during World War I Student: Wait, so were the Alien and Sedation Acts the same as this Sedation Act? Vlasits: Uh, well, first of all, its the Sedition Act, not the Sedation Act. Sedation is putting people to sleep. You know, like we do here in school.