MC Project

I guess MC is my best way of making "Powerpoint" presentations. In my Holocaust Literature class I had to make a presentation to accompany my essay. This would be it. It has no humor in it. I do warn the viewer, it may be a tad depressing. Note: As I have learned, MC is quite the wonderful thing. That's my advertisement of the day. BTW, I hope no one minds that this is where I publish my Mashes even if they have nothing to do with Python.

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Hanri: You've captured the way that suits this subject matter. And I love the fact that you actually use the app for school projects, makes me wanna do presentations!

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crzyltvn at 5:49 pm May 23

Don't you wish you were still in HS?

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Well you're dead now, so shut up!

Hanri at 1:18 am May 24

was that we could be creative if we wanted, but nobody's forcing you. You could get an A (or a 10 as the rating here goes) by just doing a thorough, good job, but a slightly (but only slightly) weaker project could get the same grading by saving it's neck with being creative.

In our polytechnic, on the other hand, part of the description of EVERY project was to be creative, and by that they meant "think of something new this time". After a kazillion presentations all of our class were running out of ideas (ooh I wish MC would have been around that time!) and everybody started competing each other. I know the teachers meant well, 'cause in my line of work being creative makes the job SO much easier and more interesting.

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BroMaynardG at 6:01 am May 24

I hope you got A + on the grade!

Myanmar!

(Spit HS, gradiated in 1974!)

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Hanri at 6:24 am May 24

I did well. I graduated with the average of 4 (on a scale from 0 to 5). Not meaning to brag.

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