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Demo: A needle-free vaccine patch that's safer and way cheaper

Demo: A needle-free vaccine patch that's safer and way cheaper | comedy | Scoop.it
One hundred sixty years after the invention of the needle and syringe, we’re still using them to deliver vaccines; it’s time to evolve. Biomedical engineer Mark Kendall demos the Nanopatch, a one-centimeter-by-one-centimeter square vaccine that can be applied painlessly to the skin. He shows how this tiny piece of silicon can overcome four major shortcomings of the modern needle and syringe, at a fraction of the cost.
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Did you like the speech?  Why, or why not?

I really like the speech because this topic applies to the current world and myself. This speech was also easy to follow and entertaining

What did you learn from watching this speaker?

I learned that vaccines can be rendered in effective if it is kept too cold or too warm. I learned that a lot immune cells are located in the skin that that is a effective place to place a vaccine

How will you utilize what you learned in your everyday life?


Will you adopt any strategies you observed the speaker using during their speech?

He used visuals which explained the topic very well. He also used speaking techniques like humor to engage the audience. I will use these techniques


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Auburn Community Theater stages farce-within-a-farce | cjonline.com

Auburn Community Theater stages farce-within-a-farce | cjonline.com | comedy | Scoop.it

"Noises Off," the comedy the Auburn Community Theater opens Friday, is a three-act farce, but each act is the first act of the same play-within-a-play.


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Mitt Romney Style (Gangnam Style Parody)

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Allen Chen's comment, April 15, 2013 12:45 AM
It is a really funny parody song. The sound actually critisize Romney were being so rich while others were really poor at that time.
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Prawns are off - Fawlty Towers - BBC

One of the restaurant diners complains about the starters. However, Basil's having none of it. Watch more high quality videos on the new Comedy Greats YouTube...


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Top 10 fails #1 Fat people

This is low comedy becuase they are getting hurt


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The Extremely Accurate History of the Internet: The Onion’s new satirical documentary lands on Yahoo

The Extremely Accurate History of the Internet: The Onion’s new satirical documentary lands on Yahoo | comedy | Scoop.it

Everyone loves The Onion, right? Founded in 1988, the print and online satirical publication has found its way into the hearts of many.

Now, “America’s Finest News Source” is launching a new “documentary” on Yahoo! Screen’s Comedy Channel, called ‘The Extremely Accurate History of the Internet,’ a title which alludes to the exact opposite sentiment.

 

The Onion’s show will dive deep into the past of this “vast and glorious data network”, kicking off with the “carved stone modems of our African ancestors”, through the WiFi-enabled monks of Medieval Europe, to the porn-laden Web we see today.

 

Yahoo Screen – formerly Yahoo Video – is a video-sharing portal featuring Yahoo-only material, with all user-generated videos removed in March last year to make way for its new professional service. The Comedy Channel went live in March this year. In addition to the Onion’s new offering, Yahoo Screen is also renewing ‘Odd News,’ ‘Sketchy,’ ‘First Dates with Toby Harris,’ and ‘Burning Love’....

 

[If you like reading The Onion, you're going to love watching The Onion. Highly recommended viewing for those who share a love of satire ~ Jeff]


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