in disguise Lies! All lies, I say!
ProfessorRaugh, of the MathDepartment, teaches LinearAlgebraII?. He has also taught DifferentialEquations? and a class that claims to be RealAnalysisII?, and runs the math clinic. It came up before linear lecture one morning that ProfessorRaugh had once upon a time stayed up four straight days coding. Before another lecture, Raugh entered and without preamble launched into a fairly detailed commentary on the Illiad, to the amusement of the frosh in the first few rows of Edwards.
- "That's the kind of word that Keats or Shelly would never use. Shakespeare might." On 'orthonormalize.'
- "It's like using an elephant to erase the blackboard." on squeaky erasers
- "Lets suppose you're not Mr. Hamming, you're Mr. you."
- "Sprinkle fairy dust on this stuff and it all comes out."
- "I can't say 'I'm one of us', because then I'm still me and you're still you. I have to say 'I'm one of you'."
- "The only one who wasn't with me was me."