Poetry in motion: Here are the words Francis Scott Key penned in 1814, the words we all know so well, performed in American Sign Language. Beautiful.
Friday, March 23, 2007
Staring into the negative space of the Vibe Space Gate, your sad, pathetic little human life flashes before your eyes. What will happen when you walk into the arch of 36 Space II subs on 16 amps? Will it suck all of the oxygen out of the room? Will your heart realign beats to match the thump of the track? Will your skin melt off? Most importantly, will this finally be enough bass to make our 2 Live Crew remasters sound the way they were truly intended? We just don't know, but something tells us stepping through it will take you StarGate-like into a new universe of hearing loss -- ready?
Hobart and William Smith Colleges :: News Releases: "Advanced ASL
An Advanced Level American Sign Language class meets from 5 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday in Library Room 2008.
The course is for those proficient enough to converse without using voice, and who can understand instruction in ASL.
For details, call ext. 3832 or e-mail Pam Lambert, the instructor, at firstname.lastname@example.org."