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"So, where was I going with all of this?"
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"It's one of those vacuous things that just looks silly."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"My equivilance relation is saying...darn."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"There is no good reason--well, there might be, but I can't think of it right now."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"This, by the way, is 2 lines in my notes. My notes mean nothing."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998
[after a long lecture]

"You can prove this while chewing gum. And walking down the hall."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"Non disjoint cycles... would that be, 'joint' cycles?"
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"I can solve for three. I can solve for six."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"I do think I did it correctly here, but that's not important."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"What's on page 37? Oh, yeah, just a bunch of boring stuff, read that."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"There's only 2 cosets. So actually life is easy."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"Thinking is discouraged here. Just write it down."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"I write down the result. I have no idea what this means."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"We didn't learn anything by applying this theorem."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"Now we have this nice law of whatever-it's-called..."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"This looks easier to me on a Friday."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"Now X is my favorite set. Everybody have a favorite set? Good. But we're dealing with my favorite set, not yours, and I'm not telling you what it is."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"He was a good physics teacher because he knew nothing."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998

"I was wrong in the sense that I didn't make a mistake."
Norman Eggert
Math 503, Abstract Algebra, MSU ~~ Spring 1998


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