Actually some of my favorite experiences in my life are from teachers.. The cool ones. The ones who didn't teach from the book. Like ending up outside
in 5th grade with balled up paper as ammo to defeat the British. The other half of the class being British.. They had the higher ground.. But then
they stood in lines and we destroyed them from behind these trees.. They said we cheated.. And we just said we win.. It was an amazing lesson to learn
in 5th grade.. I still can't believe how it worked though.. And when I sailed to America looking for Gold from Denmark.. I had to plan all the food
and everything.. Limes to not get scurvy, and gunpowder and oil for lamps.. Cannon balls... People.. horses.. That was all 5th grade.. An amazing
teacher that marked my life forever.
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Wow! A++ for Creativity, A++ for entertainment value. Taking the icons and pitching them was totally inspired and mind-blowing to watch. What an
amazing guy. I bet his students really learn a lot in his class. I just have to watch it again.
I watched a couple of his other ones. It looks like he's been working on this for some time and adding to his repertoire of cool tricks. The
thanksgiving one is probably the precursor of the April Fool's video. It was good too but not as appealing or smooth as this one.
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