Keith (singing): Algorithms, algorithms
Keith: It’s the algorithm song! Don’t you like the algorithm song?
Keith (singing): Ay el, gee oh arr, eye tee aych em!
Keith: I don’t think my nose is irrational.
Alan: What (homework) problem you working on?
Alan: Where n is small?
Keith: No, where n is irrational.
Alan: I’m bad at these.
Keith: I’m bad too. We’re all bad. Let’s have a bad party.
Alan: Did you use t at all in the open of the application judgement?
Keith: I don’t know.
Alan: Didn’t you do it already?
Keith: I don’t know, I don’t know. I have no context. It’s like I’ve been closure-converted and my closure is out on the heap. I’m just code that has invalid references. … … …
Keith: If the homework was a 100% rating, the test was about 20%.
Alan: No, I don’t think it was 4/5 easier… a little more than that.
Keith: Well maybe my percentages are on a logarithmic scale.
Keith: Less than three, 213
Systems are my fantasy
Flipping bits is fun for me
Alan: Look at how easy source transformation makes this! It makes me happy.
Keith: I wish we could all be like you.
Alan: … No, no you really don’t.
Keith: Corollary, corollary, corollary!
Keith: Lots and lots of parenthesis cause spaceships. Lots of spaceships. Oh my gosh lots of spaceships can’t read it does not parse!