On a recent weekday evening artist Jean Shin described for an audience of 60 or so mostly female listeners, some of the “behind the scenes” riddles of the installation of her show, “Common Threads,” now in exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
So, now the chords are named I II III IV V VI VII. To save us from getting too bogged down in musical theory, let us take some simple ideas for granted. First, in any key the chord that the key is named after is always the I chord. So now you can go back and look at the notes in the C major scale and check out the new names of all the notes. Not that it will mean much yet.
My driver and ล่ามญี่ปุ่น made death real, but not beyond us. The more I thought about it, the more their belief helped me start to pay attention to my long-held ideas about something that is as natural as birth. These two guys made a decision about death that allowed them to live.
Initially Ms. Shin said she was unhappy with the appearance of the exhibit because, for one reason, the ceiling height at the museum gallery differs dramatically from that in her studio (14′ vs. 10′). The higher museum ceiling exposed holes in “Chemical Balance” which were unexpected.
In the non-crash reality, Jin and Sun clear customs at the airport, but $25,000 in cash is confiscated and Jin stresses over missing a meeting. We find out as they check into a hotel that Jin and Sun are not married. Hmm, interesting.
Wink and nod department. By law, VRS providers are not permitted to offer any financial incentives to the deaf for them to make calls. VRS providers give away free videophones or computers programmed to use their company’s services.
One more week and I was called away to go on leave. I was a little nervous because I’d signed for every piece of military equipment on the patrol base and they didn’t have the hand receipt they’d promised me to sign. I was given infamous “Trust us” and sent off on leave.
Maybe it is just laziness that keeps them from being assertive all the time. Maybe they are content with not having to make a decision unless they have to. Some contend that it is just they way the person is programmed. When the pressure is on, they step up.