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When explaining the impact of telegraph lines on the European military
Professor: The telegraphs used morse code, a series of dots and dashes to convey military messages over long distances.
Dean's List: Was that what blind people used to talk?
During the discussion section after a lecture about the discovery of the New World
Genius: Wait, so you mean Columbus was actually looking for something when he found America?
We were talking about the House of Representatives. The professor explained the act of gerrymandering as "Dividing a region into voting districts to give one party an unfair advantage in the election." As soon as she had finished that sentence, one Einstein spoke up
My TA was talking about how degrees of longitude and latitude could be separated into minutes and seconds.
Professor: For this next assignment, you'll have to work in pairs.
Valedictorian: Do we have to work in pairs?
Valedictorian: Like two?
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