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What is a Day Without Spencer Aronfeld?

A day of unimaginable horror, I say.

But luckily we can rise and face the challenges of the day knowing that Spencer will be right there with us, in this case playing with toys:



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  1. Oh it would be like a day without sunshine. Oh Spencer!

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  2. spencer teaching the commutative property of algebra using a plane for a boat.
    -(Boeing) = Carnival Cruise Line Ship

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  3. Sulu: Captain, we've got some waves coming in.

    Captain Spencer Aronfeld: Extend the stabilizers.
    Chekov: Stabilizers not responding.

    Capt SA (into communicator) Mr. Scott get me stabilizers

    Scotty (from engineering) I'm working on it Capt.

    Capt SA: Spock give me an estimate

    Mr. Spock: The gravitational waves will be here in two minutes twenty one and 3/4 seconds Captain.

    Capt SA: Mr. Scott we need those stabilizers.

    Scotty: I'm giving it all I've got captain, they're stuck.

    Capt SA: Bring her about Sulu and head into the waves full speed.
    Sulu : Aye aye
    Spock: Fascinating
    Dr. McCoy: Damnit Spencer you're going to get us all killed.
    Capt SA: Settle down bones. When I was a lad running skiffs out of government cut in Miami, we always knew to point the bow of the boat into the waves
    Spock: fascinating
    Capt SA: Then one day a cruise ship came by and ran my little skiff over and broke it in two. We sued and that's how I paid for my tuition to star fleet academy.
    scotty: stabilizers responding now.
    Capt SA: Never ming scotty. Come here Uhura and sit on my lap as we ride the waves.
    Spock: fascinating

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  4. Spencer Aronfeld... now with wings!

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