I'll go ahead and say this is probably the ONLY reality t.v. show i'll ever watch, i'm sure of it--i'm very curious how he'll do in the classroom. But last night it showed his first week, and wow, he was having a time. But i noticed a ton of similarities between me and him in talking, the main one being that he likes to make people laugh (duh), but also that he can get very nervous and begin to babble and talk and talk and talk (that was the main complaint from everybody). I have those same issues, the babbling and talking about things that aren't terribly important. Its just interesting that someone who's so used to being in front of people can still feel that way, especially in front of a smaller audience. Well, he's not doing the same thing as before, but wow. It was interesting to see, and he's going to be learning a lot and doing a lot as time goes on. all the best to him, that's all I can say.
If anything, it'll help teach me what not to do when I get into the classroom finally.
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