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This is a discussion on What are you thinking about right now? within the Critical Thinking & Philosophy forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Originally Posted by Stephen *reboots computer* You shouldn't have done that. Originally Posted by SpaceCadette I started to wonder if ...
My phone is set to Portuguese; my computer is set to Spanish; my iPod is set to French; and sometimes I forget to speak English.
At this moment, I am thinking about a public speaking assignment I need to do for this Friday! It's about our favorite thing... I don't really have anything that is my "favorite" but I do enjoy traveling... the hard part of this was figuring out to explain what I liked and why... so this will be the easiest for me to explain, also going to use a powerpoint presentation to add imagery to support why I love it.
Also, one of my best friends in Iowa is my coworker, who is a retired teacher... I am testing my ideas on her giggles! (^.^)
I'm going to be a beat boxing champion and you can't stop me.
I really wish I had recordings of the weird sounds I make and all my hand gestures to supplement my written word. I don't feel like I'm fully expressing myself without them. I mean, don't dying dinosaur noises and flailing t-rex arms ad a whole other dimension to the most innocuous statement?
Mm the smell of rain, delightful!
I need to watch "No Country For Old Men" again. I was just thinking about ways in which that movie could be incredibly symbolic. Especially with the Coen brothers... I never get their movies until way after the fact; like "The Big Lebowski"...I thought that was a really stupid movie the first time I saw it, but I now see the meaning behind it. I think there's an incredible message buried in "No Country" that no one is seeing.