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//ceiling power outlet wire dangling near Anika's head Anika: Mr.Street, this thing hit me in the head three times! //Mr.Street takes outlet, hits Anika on head with it Mr.Street: Four.
Duval: The 25th is apparently take your child to work day, so I'll be bringing my kids to class. Haydn: I'll bring my kid as well. Duval: ...Um, well... I guess they can play together. Haydn: No, my kid is way too old to play with your kids.
Lodal: Maybe a video will be posted here! Maybe it won't! It's a fun new end of the year game!
//In Mod/Sim, trying to gauge students' Biology backgrounds: Pham: Have they ever explain to you why one cell become two cell and two cell become, what, four cell-- Lev: Well, when one cell loves itself very much...
//7th period bio with Duval, the topic of nicknames has come up Duval: Sometimes, I call Mr. Schafer "Jimmy Shay" Duval: He doesn't like it
//Complex //Haydn ties the window's pull cord to a stool, then places a pen on the string and lets go. The pen moves along the rope and hits the chair //Class looks at Haydn Schwartz: I have a story to tell about this. When I took AP Environmental Science-- do you guys still do that? The easiest way to pass the test is to pick the option closest to "Humans suck, and if we keep doing whatever we're doing, we're screwed". Environmental science is actually interesting, but the test was awful. Anyways, I finished in 45 minutes and had an hour left. It was also my last test, so I had all my AP student labels, and there were tissues, paper, pencils, and other instruments on a table we could go to. By using my student labels as adhesive, I constructed a sailboat during that hour, and whenever the proctor made their rounds, I would blow the sailboat from one end of the desk to the other.
//AP World Tad (out of nowhere): Why is this site about vaping and how to make a vape not blocked by school WiFi? Seat: Why are you even on that site to begin with? Tad: I searched up "Steam Engine."
//Entomology, watching a video Narrator: A female emerges, and immediately there's a brawl. Reynald: That's like Caltech.
//pd 4 rose Rose: teach your kids gaussian curvature, because otherwise a stranger might do it.
//Advanced Geometry Rose: So what makes a proof good? Nick: Correctness Rose: What else? Avik: So one of the good things about a good proof is that it should be concise, so that there are not any extra steps or unnecessary things in the proof that makes it harder to follow. Reynald (under his breath): Yeah, that applies to speech too