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1) From: Brett Mason
Dennis that is just awesome.  Let us know any way we can help with info for
your speech, or anything else for your classes...
Brett
On 4/14/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

2) From: raymanowen
re: Floater Education
Avoid all Floaters. Remember Titanic!
Politicos don't have the desire to make themselves understood by their
constituency, so they use Newspeak 1.021. It is not a taught language- they
compose on the fly.
More tax code than the full bore OED.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Avoid Floaters

3) From: L. Michael Fraley, MD
Good luck Dennis!  I remember a public speaking class I had when I was =
a college freshman.  Was a really fun class.  Though that was so long 
ago now (early 80's) that I am surprised that I can remember that far 
back!  Hmm.. didn't I read something about caffeine improving recall?  =
Must be working.  ;-)
Michael
On Apr 14, 2007, at 8:51 PM, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote:
Actually My last speech was how to roast coffee (of course I got an =
A). 
I pulled out the Z&D and started a roast stopped it went to the Power 
Point showing degrees of roast (thanks to SM for the images used with 
Maria's blessing) then I put in a completed roast to show expansion 
then started the cool down dumped and finished cooling and bagged...
 
My current speech is an "Informative speech" so I choose to do a 
"history of coffee" speech well by the time I am done with this I 
should be able to spout off all kinds of tidbits about coffee (not that =
I don't already!) 
 
Thanks for the offer; I'm actually looking forward to having the 
knowledge to give more back to the group and gaining an even greater 
appreciation of that wonderful elixir that we all love.
 
Dennis 
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4) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
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this is where we say Certified by QED. Right?
 
 
	re: Floater Education
	
	Avoid all Floaters. Remember Titanic!
	
	Politicos don't have the desire to make themselves understood by
their constituency, so they use Newspeak 1.021. It is not a taught
language- they compose on the fly. 
	
	More tax code than the full bore OED.
	
	Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
	
	Avoid Floaters
	
	

5) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Actually My last speech was how to roast coffee (of course I got an A).
I pulled out the Z&D and started a roast stopped it went to the Power
Point showing degrees of roast (thanks to SM for the images used with
Maria's blessing) then I put in a completed roast to show expansion then
started the cool down dumped and finished cooling and bagged...
 
My current speech is an "Informative speech" so I choose to do a
"history of coffee" speech well by the time I am done with this I should
be able to spout off all kinds of tidbits about coffee (not that I don't
already!)  
 
Thanks for the offer; I'm actually looking forward to having the
knowledge to give more back to the group and gaining an even greater
appreciation of that wonderful elixir that we all love.
 
Dennis 
	Dennis that is just awesome.  Let us know any way we can help
with info for your speech, or anything else for your classes...
	Brett
	
	
	On 4/14/07, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) 
wrote: 
		that is 10 professors on here at any one time.....
		there are over 260 Professors in the program.
		
		 
		
		 
			I am taking Publich Speaking SPCH1315 this term
onboard.  We have about 10 College professors that the Navy pays and
brings out to deployed ships.  These are regular college courses (abet
compressed) and we get full college credit through Central Texas College
for our classes.  So far out here this deployment, I have taken English
Comp I and II and now I am taking SPCH 1315 
			I like it it is free except for the Books.  
			 
			Dennis

6) From: stereoplegic
only if you're on it while absorbing the info to be recalled (not much of a problem for us or for most students). I learned that in 9th grade health class (already full of caffeine by then thanks to Honors English and German classes).
L. Michael Fraley, MD, wrote:
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7) From: stereoplegic
works the other way around too. learned that the hard way on a few finals.
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8) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
Doc,
	Thanks, I guess since I am a non-tra I have a higher standard
for myself being I refuse to accept if I don't do everything I can to
maintain a 4.0. So far I did for my first 2 classes and I expect to for
this one as well...
Dennis

9) From: Floyd Lozano
lack of sleep trumps all =(
-F
On 4/15/07, stereoplegic  wrote:
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10) From: L. Michael Fraley, MD
Yes, it means more, usually, when one goes to school as a 
non-traditional student.  At least as far as I have seen.  Good luck to 
you!
Michael
On Apr 15, 2007, at 5:56 AM, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote:
Doc,
	Thanks, I guess since I am a non-tra I have a higher standard
for myself being I refuse to accept if I don't do everything I can to
maintain a 4.0. So far I did for my first 2 classes and I expect to for
this one as well...
Dennis


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