"It seemed like he jumped around a lot to me. And I didn't quite get what he was talking about until later in the video, although it was a pretty interesting talk. I really liked the collaborating music videos, they were amazing. My favorite was…"
"I didn’t really know who Mark Twain was. I never give it much thought. I do remember however, people briefly talking about him and a couple of his book. And after watching a little bit of this film, I have to say he was extraordinary person,…"
"I have noticed this "filter bubble", when I'm browsing the internet. Personally I do not like it. It limits me on what I search, and maybe I want something different from what I normally would search once in a while. I don't…"
"I didn't know there was so much into remembering. I guess I thought about it like the Sesame Street way, with the filing cabinet. It was interesting to think about something you’ve used for a long time or at least most of your life, that…"
"I'm torn about the one-child policy, a part of me says it's wrong but the other side is kind of like well they do have the largest population in the world. I know I don't like how they go about it, with the killings of the girl…"
"This was amazing. All the art work was just beautiful. And how they used it to teach math, it made me want to try to learn math with origami. I didn’t know origami could be more than just art, I guess. It was so incredible to see what you can…"
"I already knew how to use most of the punctuation marks correctly. What I didn't know was how to use colons and semi-colons. They still are a little bit confusing to me, but I think I have a lot better understanding of them now than I did…"
"To put Habeas Corpus in my own words from the podcast, is that if you feel that you had an unfair trial due to valid reasons like if your judge was bias, you would have the right to another trial. But these rights can be suspended from a person if…"
"For the first couple of minutes into the podcast, I kind of got lost. But once I caught up I was fine. It was interesting in a way. Since it did go over my head in the beginning, it didn’t keep my interest like the other podcast had. To answer…"
"I liked this episode. Maybe not the diary reading section, because it wasn’t what I thought it was going to be about. I’m not really into drugs and partying. What mostly had my attention were the short film and all the people who had…"
"This was interesting to watch. I really don’t have an opinion of the war, because I don’t understand it that much. But I kind of wish that I could have asked him what he thought about it, so maybe that I could have a different opinion…"
"After watching the types of writing, the thing that I will take way with is the phase autobiography. Which it tells a story of someone’s life in a series of periods, which focuses on a specific influence in their life. An example could be…"
"This podcast was right, the Amish are very interesting. Like how to identify the men’s rank, just by looking at his hat or if he’s married then he would have a beard. And how you can tell if the women have been baptized, which she would…"
"My personal thoughts are that if we were going to evolve again, if we really did evolve in the first place, that we should let do it naturally. And see if we even could evolve more. I believe that changing the genes of your child is wrong in a way,…"
"I believe it’s good to do volunteer work, especially for helping the homeless. I’m very impressed with the university students who stay up late so they can help at night, even if they might have classes later that day. Also how…"