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From: Judy C.
Sent on: Sunday, October 28, 2012 9:19 PM
TShakes, Good Sunday evening to you all. I have a couple of videos for you that I hope will amuse and awe you at the same time. One of the reasons why I love watching TED, is that I feel smart afterwards. It gives me enough ammo to walk up to someone and say, "so what are your thoughts on quantum levitation vs. quantum locking?" Stare at them in silence for about 15 seconds, and POOF you have just been elevated to Einstein' level in the minds of your audience - it's quite sneaky, but brilliant actually :). 1. 2. Also, for the TShakes that enjoy an E X C E L L E N T documentary, watch "Street Fight" Cory Booker's story and character is nothing less than amazing. Read his Wiki page, and like me, you'll probably think, "He can't possibly be this good of a person." Fairytales apparently do exist at times, and this time it happened in Newark. For those that have RSVP for the Brilliant Lecture series with President Gorbachev, I look forward to meeting you there, and count down T minus 6 days before TEDxHouston... Here's to sounding smart... JC

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