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"NO SIGNAL." That looks promising.
James Mayhew, Intro to Aerospace
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 12, 2003

Trying to get *some* signal from laptop to projector...
Rating: unrated

I don't know *why* people your age commit suicide when they could be programming PICs...
Keith Hoover, Embedded Systems Design
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN

Comments? Add or View (1) submitted: March 12, 2003
Rating: 10

"Don't let me design the universe."
Dr. Ede, HIST391: The History of Technology
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 11, 2003
Rating: unrated

"The market is beautiful like Julia Roberts. Don't like Julia Roberts? Well, that's your problem."
John Q. Tian, GOV 225 States and Markets in East Asia
Connecticut College, New London, CT

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 11, 2003
Rating: unrated

Take a cabbage. What do you want from a cabbage? Not much. It cabbages.
Maurice Natanson, Philosophy of Existence
Yale University, New Haven, CT

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 11, 2003

On Heidegger's practice of verbing nouns. Delivered in a thick Brooklyn accent.
Rating: unrated

"There's orgasm, then there's Krispy Kreme donuts. I think it has something to do with blood sugar levels."
Jervey Tervalon, Advanced Creative Writing
Pitzer College, Claremont, CA

Comments? Add or View (3) submitted: March 11, 2003

The self-proclaimed "king of the non-sequitor"
Rating: unrated

There's nothing quite like the reaction you get walking into a Tim Hortons at six AM, smiling and chipper like you've been up for three hours and you just haven't had enough fun yet.
Dr. Daniel Ahern, Philosophy 1001 (Ethics of Life & Death)
University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick

Comments? Add or View (3) submitted: March 10, 2003

He's a strange man at 10 AM.
Rating: unrated

Describing MS Office print orientation to my class in which students of Far Eastern descent are enrolled in notable proportion, I spoke of "Print Oriental" instead. I grabbed the rebound by wishing them a Happy Chinese New Year.
Abbott Katz, Introduction to Computers
Queens College, City University of New York, Flushing, NY

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 10, 2003
Rating: unrated

Hitler tried the whole blonde hair blue eye thing, even though he wasn't blonde haired blue eyed...he was a genius but not very bright, if you know what I mean...it usually turns out that way.
Mr. Dressel, Biology/Contemporary Issues
Toledo Christian, Toledo, OH

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 9, 2003
Rating: 10

It's only funny till I stop laughing.
Mr. Dressel, Biology/Contemporary Issues
Toledo Christian, Toledo, OH

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 9, 2003
Rating: unrated

"and the dove[in a poem] symbolizes peace, the DOVE SYMBOLIZES PEACE I WILL BREAK YOUR BONES!!!
Omar Garra, Hebrew
The Orthodox Arab College, Haifa, Israel

Comments? Add or View (2) submitted: March 8, 2003

apparently a student was talking. apparently this botherd him
Rating: 10

"You GARBAGE! You dirty pile of Crap!..." *10 seconds later* "... I have the utmost respect for you..."
Omar Garra, Hebrew
The Ortgodox Arab College, Haifa, Israel

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003
Rating: unrated

Is "Basidity" even a word? I dunno, I made it up to confuse the heck out of you guys. It was early, I was hungover, she was beautiful...back to autoionizationimating energy
L. Webb, AP Chemistry
Live Oak High School, Morgan Hill, California

Comments? Add or View (3) submitted: March 8, 2003

He often claims he was drunk. Now we start to believe him. He also often makes up words
Rating: unrated

"There's not a single human being on the island, other than the cows."
Dr. Gary Polis, Island Ecology
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (1) submitted: March 8, 2003

R.I.P., Gary. And F**K Death for taking you so goddamned early
Rating: unrated

T1: You cannot win.
T2: You cannot break even.
T3: You may as well not even try.
Dr. Barry Meyers-Rice, Weed Management on Natural Reserves
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (1) submitted: March 8, 2003

An interpretation of the laws of thermodynamics as applied to weed control
Rating: unrated

"I'd like to point out some of the ways in which we're screwed in weed control."
Dr. B. Meyers-Rice, Weed Management of Natural Reserves
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003
Rating: unrated

"Most thistle-specific herbicides aren't."
Dan Sorenson, Weed Management of Natural Reserves
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003
Rating: unrated

"This is an example of the 'bulldozer effect'."
Dr. K. Rice, Ecology 200B
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003
Rating: unrated

This axis is PFFFDUH!
Dr. K. Rice, Ecology 200B
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003

His interpretation of PPFD, which stands for photosynthetically active photon flux density, in case you happen to care.
Rating: unrated

"If we take a look at this particularly surreal nitrogen cycle, with its floating cows and giant corn...."
Dr. K. Scow, Ecology 200A
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003

Referring to the overhead she'd just put up, which was a figure from some textbook
Rating: unrated

"I like things complicated; otherwise, I'd have been a molecular biologist."
Dr. K. Scow, Ecology 200A
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003

Particularly amusing to me, having switched my major from molecular biology to ecology shortly before starting graduate school.
Rating: unrated

"The point at which you stop hitting yourself over the head is when it starts to hurt."
Dr. A. Shapiro, Ecology 290
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (1) submitted: March 8, 2003
Rating: unrated

"The deep, dark, professional secret of conservation biology is that most of their theory is handwaving and bunk."
Dr. A. Shapiro, Ecology 200B
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003
Rating: unrated

"The road to hell is paved with both good intentions and bad natural history."
Dr. A. Shapiro, Ecology 200B
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003
Rating: unrated

"And then you end up with these food webs that look like a bad hair day."
Dr. T. Foin, Ecology 200B
UC Davis, Davis, California

Comments? Add or View (0) submitted: March 8, 2003

On trying to add too many details to ecological models
Rating: unrated

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