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Why College Costs So Much 101.
"Sorry, I had to pull you over, Professor. Do you have any idea how fast you were going?"
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'Remember, kids - There are no dumb questions, only dumb questioners.'
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"That just shows how little you know."
The Anatomy Lesson
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Truth or dare at the philosophy dept.'s lounge
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'...And for the last time, do not eat your project before I've graded it.'
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Mrs. Hanover would soon eat her words.
The first history class.
"To talk about the 76% of my time preparing lectures, press one. To talk about why adjunct professors teach most of the classes, press two, to talk. . ."
The Academic Brain, showing parts: teach, write, do research, and (the largest part) serve on committees.
Active listening, session 1 "I'm afraid turn out isn't as high as we'd hoped,three of them misheard the date,five got the time wrong and everyone in sales went to a hotel in Scarborough by mistake."
A good speech is always shorter than you audience's attention span.
"I'll pause for a moment so you can let this information sink in."
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"This is what I learned during my summer at TED camp."
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Pure research goes on apace at the continuous-electron-beam-accelerator facility as a nuclear physicist probes the nature of subatomic particles in Daisy-Patch print broadcloth boxers from J. Crew.
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'Dad, why are you going to deliver a paper in Boston? Couldn't you find a paper route closer to home?'
'Pst Ned! You're losing 'em.'
"But I haven't finished explaining about dollar-cost-averaging." "Sorry, I didn't register for this course."
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"It's publish or perish, and he hasn't published."
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"Today, class, I'm proud to announce my tenure."
'I like the history professor but I think he's mired in the past.'
'I'll keep my remarks brief.'