Thus far I have watched one lecture - a talented individual who has experience in law enforcement and can evidently carry on several conversations at once - as he was able to talk without pausing, read comments and answer them in the chat box while he spoke . . . or perhaps he has someone sitting in his live sessions with him who can /will answer his questions. But the guy is so monotone. Oh, my gosh. He says something that requires a sympathetic voice, but there is absolutely no sympathy in his voice. On the other hand, he says something riveting and really . . . how do I know he means what he says? I don't think public speaking is his strong talent. Not if he's suppose to relate sympathy or empathy. Nope. Not there.
The management class I'm taking feels like a prerequisite to anyone having any desire for any kind of law. I understand the law is needed to maintain a sense of control. But I also know that the law is not always just. I didn't realize that when I created my last post. I have a simple mind. I think the law might have been simple at one time, but it feels so complicated now. I don't know if I am in a class with experienced law students or not. But I feel like a fish out of water - no swimming, no drinking . . . it's dry. I'm going to shrivel.
If the educators or administrators or whoever really expects me to read all the required material - why give me two classes? There is no way I can read everything for both. I did finally get my discussion posted. We all have the same exact scenario to demonstrate with. Snoozer. I think I should be sleeping better than I have been.
There are gremlins messing with my internet settings. The internet continues to faze out on my PC. Even when it is up and running, it won’t allow me to use Yahoo before threatening me with some virus. So, I’ve opened an email account – which I’m afraid to switch over on my laptop as my PC doesn’t seem to want to allow me the switch user accounts and I need the account attached to his blog. Hello.
I prefer using the pc as the monitor is bigger. I also prefer as raised keyboard and mouse = which I have hooked up to the laptop presently. I keep it on the end table and hold the keyboard over my lap as I sit in an easy chair, but for the PC I have a squeaky office chair. Today the PC has actually held its ground and I have not had problems with the internet – but that could be because my laptop is on. It makes me think that my computer has insecurity issues.
Well, now that I've had this short break, I guess I'll start on my assignment. And I still need to work on my talk. I don't want to procrastinate. Probably shouldn't have posted this. But hey . . . I still need a break.