INT. GEOMETRY CLASS - 2052 A.D.
As MR. MYERS, 31 unshaven and bespectacled, scribbles with a stylus across his iChalkboard, the words are automatically replaced with the appropriate, government-approved font.
The commutative property of multiplication states that regardless of their values, x times y is equal to y times x.
The students observe complacently from their hoverdesks.
Everyone following so far?
The class laughs suddenly.
Mr. Myers looks back to the wall to see that the "=(" part of the equation has morphed into a sad face.
Does anybody know how to turn off emoticons on this thing?
Nobody offers assistance.
Fine, whatever, moving on... the transitive property tells us that if x is less than y, and y is less than three...
The "<3" rotates into a glowing red heart on the board.
(under his breath)