|computernerd4826 at 2008-06-10 03:24:16|
who liked the opening ceremony speech?
|smarkid222 at 2008-06-10 19:49:08|
I really liked it at as well.
|pjgscioisamazing at 2008-06-10 21:05:33|
That really stinks. I loved his speech. It was so inspirational and well-spoken. I wish that you could get it somewhere online.
|Mr. Cool at 2008-06-11 00:12:35|
He's probably the best speaker I've ever heard!!:-D
|blondmmgirl88 at 2008-06-11 01:40:47|
He was a really good speaker and very inspirational. He is the first person that has ever made me feel bad about my procrastination.
|computernerd4826 at 2008-06-12 01:33:35|
|oh joy at 2008-06-12 15:46:55|
he wuz great! THINK BIG guys!!!!!:)
|adam124218 at 2008-06-16 22:06:52|
I personally found a few flaws with his speech. I really wished he had stayed with his inspirational story of how he had gone from being a poor kid who was a bad student to being a brain surgeon. I didn't think he needed to go into religion and how it's okay not to try not to offend people. I didn't see any reason for him to offend Jews and Mormons so he could make the point that political correctness is bad. As a Jew, I was insulted by his deliberate insinuation that Jews are too sensitive about the Holocaust. I don't think that the Mormons on our team appreciated the comment about polygamy either. I think he could have made his point without offending people just to show that one shouldn't censor his or herself.
|ntscioly9 at 2008-06-17 00:11:55|
I agree, I loved 95% of his speech, especially his quadratic equation vs. jump shot comment. Then he introduced the "G" in Think Big and I certainly wasn't a fan of that. I choose to Think Bi instead...
|wyosciencenerd at 2008-06-17 02:40:17|
[quote]I agree, I loved 95% of his speech, especially his quadratic equation vs. jump shot comment. Then he introduced the "G" in Think Big and I certainly wasn't a fan of that. I choose to Think Bi instead...[/quote]