[audio-pals] Re: Big Assignment Next Week

  • From: Thomas McMahan <shadowmonstrosity@xxxxxxx>
  • To: audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2014 06:21:54 -0500

Yep I agree, get it done early then can use your energy for other things and 
matters for the rest of the semester.  

On Aug 25, 2014, at 8:02 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Well, one of the big assignments is coming up next week. I signed up for a 
> group presentation that is to be given on Sept. 3. There is supposed to be 3 
> other members in my group, but being that it is the first group no one is 
> signing up *LOL*. My thoughts are do it and get it over with, then the rest 
> of the semester I can listen to the presentations. The presentation is 20 
> minutes long, the longest presentation that I have given since being at the 
> university… well the longest presentation I have given period since starting 
> college. The good thing is the video can be up to 5 minutes long and I found 
> one that was 46 seconds long and then I found another one that was 200 
> seconds long so 4 minutes and 6 seconds. The videos are funny, but I had to 
> ask Amanda about both of them to make sure what the content was and one to 
> make sure that they were appropriate. Given the audience I believe they will 
> be just fine. The presentation is on parental stress and family stress theory 
> or something to that nature. One video is of penguins, a hand full of baby 
> penguins and then the momma penguin, the penguins are going off and then all 
> of a sudden the momma penguin kicks one of them off into the water *LOL*. 
> After that they all shut up for a second and then started right back into it. 
> The next one is a rap song about parental stress and at one point she says I 
> have all my “bitches and hoes” with me, but when Amanda watched it, it was 
> concluded that she was being politically correct as in the video there were 
> two dogs and then when she said “hoes” it showed her with her garden hoes. 
> So, that was the extent of the videos. I just about kicked the song due to 
> the language, but then when Amanda watched it I decided to keep it. It is now 
> in my professor’s inbox waiting for approval. Anyways if you all will, keep 
> me in your prayers regarding this presentation. One of the videos that I am 
> going to paste at the bottom is very much so visual, but Bethann and the 
> other sighted members can enjoy that one and we can all if we choose to enjoy 
> the song.         
> 46 seconds: Lead into the presentation
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y43dZMf2tEY
> 200 Seconds: Finish out the lecture
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbBsDbkmYtM

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