[audio-pals] Re: Grades for the Semester

  • From: Stacey <crazystacey25@xxxxxxx>
  • To: audio-pals@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 20:39:07 -0600

Yeah I hear u. The SATs are really awful.
On 12/16/2014 2:49 PM, Josh wrote:

*Body language does tell a lot, but I do not know of anyone that has been convicted on body language alone due to the fact it only reveals emotions. However, by watching their body language they know what areas to really concentrate on. As far as a blind detective. I do not know one, but just about anyone can become a private investigator if they go through the course and pay to be licensed through the state. State licensing here at least involves an exam and so much money. Some areas may not even require the course as long as you can pass the exam. Hypnotherapy sounds interesting. I do not plan to go into law-enforcement at the officer level, but due to my past career it is interesting. Also, when it goes on my transcript it may help me if I decide for a fact to go to law school. The LSAT is no joke. I took a practice LSAT earlier this semester and it was horrible. *

*From:*audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Stacey
*Sent:* Tuesday, December 16, 2014 3:22 PM
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Oh, ok. Sounds cool. I'm going to go to school to study hypnotherapy. The criminal stuff is interesting to me, but I'd rather watch crime shows. With hypnosis, I can help others better I think. Cuzz I don't think I can be a detective. I don't know of any blind detectives. Because don't they have to watch for things like body language and behavior? Cuzz just from listening to a crime show yesterday, this woman was supposedly crying, and I would have believed her. But the detective said there were no tears. Not sure how a blind person would be able to tell.

On 12/16/2014 11:47 AM, Josh wrote:

    Yes. The Criminology class is in the Sociology department and so
    was the Criminal Justice class. In order to get any kind of
    Criminal Psychology classes I would have to go towards
    Pennsylvania. If I am not mistaken Pennsylvania is where Adrian
    Raines is either located or was from. This has been a couple of
    semesters ago, but if I am not mistaken Adrian Raines is kind of
    the go to man for Forensic Psychology. There isn’t a whole lot you
    can do with a Forensic Psychology degree though. So, it is
    basically a degree for interest purposes. They can do thinks such
    as expert witness testimony and things like that.

    [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Stacey
    *Sent:* Tuesday, December 16, 2014 12:37 PM
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    *Subject:* [audio-pals] Re: Grades for the Semester

    Oh, like sociology. The study of social behavior. Psychology, for
    psychological behavior, so then criminology for criminals. Makes
    sense. We did study a bit about criminals in my sociology class
    back in 2008, and how they developed these behaviors. It was
    actually a very interesting class.

    On 12/16/2014 6:58 AM, Josh wrote:

        I would say. In actuality I was supposed to take Criminal
        Justice after taking Criminology so I am taking them
        backwards. However, I had always thought Criminology was the
        study of criminals. In essence it is, but according to my
        Criminal Justice Prof. Criminology is the study of criminal

        [mailto:audio-pals-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Thomas
        *Sent:* Monday, December 15, 2014 7:33 PM
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        *Subject:* [audio-pals] Re: Grades for the Semester

        Doesn’t criminology cover all of those others?  *lol*.

            On Dec 15, 2014, at 1:01 PM, Josh <lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx
            <mailto:lawdog911@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

            Well, the grades are not on official transcript yet, but I
            can report that I have an A in Marriage and Family roles
            and intimate relationships, an A in Family Stress, an A in
            Criminal Justice, an an A- in The Modern World System.
            This means that all of my requirements are done, now I
            only have electives left in order to graduate. Perhaps I
            will take Badminton **LOL**. No, just kidding, I already
            have all my class chosen for next semester. My classes
            next semester are as follows: Diversity Among Families,
            Human Sexuality, Human Development, and Criminology.

     in my

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