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Monday, June 11th 2012, 1:14pm

Hi MrB :smiley:

Hopefully @ichernev: mistaken in saving the file or in uploading it back. If that is not the case or he is not around I'll make that project my next priority. Lets wait a bit and see.

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Saturday, June 23rd 2012, 5:35pm

Iskren didn't said anything, so I'll make a timeshifting review on this project :kewl:
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Sunday, July 1st 2012, 11:04am

Timeshifting is done!! This became really smooth to watch with the synchronization and some cutting and merging on the strings. and true, this is the best lecture from JF!! :party:

Ready for Round 2 proofreading
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Sunday, July 1st 2012, 11:12am

I'm there bro! Will crack into this this eve!
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Wednesday, July 4th 2012, 1:11pm

OK, PR2 is complete, revised SRT is pushed out to the working location, and the diff and analysis files are attached. (MUCH better analysis!)

This video is like fine wine, it keeps getting better each time I view it. The only distraction to me is when Jacque once again uses his 'Christians fed to the lions' story to illustrate the depravity of human conditioning. The latter is true but the former- in my humble opinion- is a myth and forgery. Christians were never fed to lions. To quote from Acharya S' classic book 'The Christ Conspiracy' (a big reference in Z1 part I):

“Jesus himself was building on centuries old Jewish thought that called for ‘extermination’ of non-Jews. The martyrs of famous Roman ‘persecutions’ under such emperors as Nero [i.e., Christians fed to lions] … were largely invented around [the ninth century to garner sympathy]. [F]rom the fourth century onward, it was the Christians that were doing the persecution.

Makes perfect sense when you grasp the parallel of Jacque's eye-popping revelation of how the depraved practice of scalping emerged in American history: It was not the Indians scalping the Americans as popularized, it was the Americans that were doing the persecution, scalping the Indians at $10 a head! And yet somehow history got that reversed too, because (of course) history is written by the victors.
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Wednesday, July 4th 2012, 2:35pm

Nice rhythm there MrB!! :smiley:

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Wednesday, July 4th 2012, 7:31pm

Final Review Begins

Thank you, Mr. B. Looks like this one has had it ups 'n downs along with way to FR, but I'm excited about doing it.
The history lesson above is really interesting, Mr. B. Amazing what we do/have done to history, not to mention the rest of life on this planet.

Love you guys for all the great work! :love:

And now, moving forward...

Will give it my best and let you know what I find.
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Tuesday, July 24th 2012, 8:51pm

Final Review COMPLETED

Hey, everyone!
Sorry, it took me almost 3 weeks to finish this one. :cry:

What a great lecture that Jacque has presented here, even though it is a few years old. I have noted some English rules/conventions in the Notes and just wanted to paste 'em here too, for the sake of any discussions or concerns from the Team.

Final Review (notes) --Completed by Di (7/24/2012)--Notes & comments:

To English Proofers: Let's keep a careful watch on Jacque's introductory use of 'So'. Whenever the 'So' means 'therefore', I would want to keep it. Otherwise, it's fluff and can be deleted.

Capitalization Rule: Bible should be capitalized. It's the name of a book, after all. God should be capitalized when reference is made to the God of the Bible (just a silly tradition).

Punctuation Rule: When conjunctions are used to join words or phrases, we don't need to use commas (see below):
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27:47.852:
I don't think any of you here worked on the electric light
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27:51.513
or radio, or television, very few people. (corrected to 'or radio or television, very few people).
Commas are correctly used here because words are not joined with conjunctions (and, or):
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29:00.571
What you really want is a world free,
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29:05.122
free of burden, pain, prisons, police, crime.
Spelling Rule:
It's 'all right' not 'alright'.

I decided to make the following Christian denominations plural because it's seems more logical in the statement Jacque makes about different religions.
01:43.137
01:47.478
so you have the Lutherans, the Seventh Day Adventists, the Catholics

In the following, I agree that words have been left out (the ellipsis), but since the words left out are just repeated words, I think it's better to omit the ellipsis as well as the words repeated. What do you guys think? I have deleted it.
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07:17.421
and normal Americans (normal means fucked up)
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07:21.803
...would say "Let's get the god damn Wops out of the line."



In the following lines, Jacque is relating one of his stories with conversation. In our LTI discussions, we've considered what would be the best way to punctuate these little stories he tells. Our latest conclusion was just to use double-quotes rather than hyphens to indicate change of speaker. We will reserve hyphens for those times when there's two 'real' speakers in the video (as in interviews), and we have an actual change of speaker taking place. Should we discuss this again? :) I have changed these lines and used double-quotes.

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08:35.792
and feed the hungry? - I don't know.
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08:40.124
- How can you make automobiles that don't hit in each other? - I don't know.
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08:43.195
- How can you make highways safer? - I don't know.

Another example of this is here:
27:14.840
27:17.807
- We want you to dump nerve gas. - Yes, sir.

I have changed it to:
"We want you to dump nerve gas." "Yes, Sir."


If there's no questions, I'm comfortable with this one. Sir Bruno, you can pass it on when you're ready.
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Wednesday, July 25th 2012, 9:01am

Thank you for the notes, sweet Di, it's always nice to be reminded of those little things that can be improved :)

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Wednesday, July 25th 2012, 1:15pm

Wonderful feedback Di!! I think you could always take your time to final proof or even proof anything, if it brings up so good improvements ^^
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