Robots The beach Holographics A place where there’s lots of things to do Different type of technology A good view that’s not just houses How quiet it is There will be tall buildings More kindness My house Our cars can be electricity
Hi, I’m Randi Bulla. I’m the president of the North American Brass Band Association. Fort Wayne and the Grand Wayne Convention Center are a great fit for our organization because we have everything we need under one roof. We have a variation of soloists and ensembles that perform during the day and during the weekend
good evening everyone thank you for coming out this evening to participate in the community meeting that we had for the adaptability study that we’ve been working on really for the past two years and you might remember I see many familiar faces here last January 2019 we did a presentation with some of our
Neil: Welcome to 6 Minute English. In this programme we bring you an expressive topic and six items of vocabulary. I’m Neil. Tim: And I’m Tim. So, we had an argument just before we started the show. Neil: We did, Tim. But no hard feelings? Tim: None. No hard feelings is something you say to
“Learn about cultural differences in 6 minutes”
(emotional music) – [Narrator] The Holocaust, or Shoah as it is known to the Jewish people, is one of the worst atrocities in human history. The Holocaust was the state-endorsed systematic persecution and mass murder of European Jews by Nazi Germany and its collaborators between 1933 and 1945. The Nazi regime murdered more than six
“The Significance of the Holocaust in WWII”
[PrepTalks Theme Playing] How I got into this is an interesting story. About ten years ago I began teaching a class at the University of Chicago for first responders and emergency managers. And the title of the class was “Complex Adaptive Systems for Threat Management and Emergency Preparedness.” So teaching this class presented me with
One way to think about this tension between liberty and equality is to look at an exchange that took place between two of the great American political philosophers in the 20th century, Robert Nozick and John Rawls. John Rawls had argued that equality was really the benchmark, the moral benchmark, for social and political institutions
– Good morning everybody, if I could have you all take a seat, we’re on a, we have a great list of speakers today. We’re on a pretty tight schedule, so I wanna try to get this thing kicked off. Well, it’s a terrific turnout. Thank you all for being here this morning. Good morning.
Welcome! My name is Heidi Hamilton and I work in the Disability Service Division at the Department of Human Services. The purpose of this video is to help people understand the new federal Home and Community-Based Services rule. In this video, we will be going over the concepts in the new rule, with a focus
“Home & Community-Based Services Rule Overview”
It’s late May, and you’re walking through the community, and something doesn’t look right. You can see a pool of stagnant water where a pool shouldn’t be. Or you might be filling a pothole on a community road, and notice a culvert end that is completely caved in, crushed by a backhoe or a truck.