The Evening Post: 2014 Marching Southerners – Calhoun County Exhibition


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If you have around 10 minutes, then you can enjoy this performance from the Jacksonville State University Marching Southerners.  This video from the YouTube channel Ken Bodiford showcases the dance tune Live Until I Die and the closer Glory.  The video was shot on September 16th, enjoy!

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View The So Do You Think You Have Asperger’s Syndrome Presentation


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I have Asperger’s Syndrome, and many other people have Asperger’s or Autism. This presentation talks about the characteristics of Asperger’s Syndrome. And what types of jobs are best for people with Autism.  Having Asperger’s Syndrome is not an evil thing!  And it has its advantages, it gives me the creative touch you see on Geek Alabama!  I hope you can learn more about Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism, enjoy!

Animation Monday: Join The Channel Frederator Network / Drawing Myself in 3 Disney Styles


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This week on Animation Monday, I want to talk about things for new animators, or animators who are just starting out in the business.  Nothing is better than seeing new people becoming great at animation, which could mean the next big cartoon!  The first videos is from the YouTube channel CartoonHangover and they are encouraging animators to join the Channel Frederator Network.  The future of cartoons is on the internet anyways, so if you are an animator and create cartoon videos, listen up!

Frederator has been helping animators create since 1998. The producers of such shows as, Bravest Warriors, Adventure Time, and Fairly OddParents, Frederator believes in supporting creatives so that they can do what they do best – create!
With a constant eye on the future, Frederator is now turning its attention to the Internet and helping creatives prosper on YouTube. With over seven years of operating in the Internet space on successful video channels like Channel Frederator and Cartoon Hangover, Frederator is taking its firm relationship with YouTube and guiding others in transforming their content for success on the Internet in the form of the Channel Frederator Network.

If you join the Channel Frederator Network, you can earn money, grow your audience, and get some feedback and learn some great things in the community.  Plus you retain 100% creative control of your intellectual property and channel and you can post when you want too!  So if you want to learn more, or join right now, go to:  http://channelfrederatornetwork.com/

Also, I wanted to highlight this video from the YouTube channel LewToons, who drew himself in three different Disney styles!  What I like about this video is you see him drawing on his computer, although it is sped up.  But I like the results, enjoy!

The Southern Geek – Vlog Episode 16 / Time To Bring Back The Fairness Doctrine


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In episode 16 of The Southern Geek, I talk about political divisiveness in America. And why it might be time to bring back the Fairness Doctrine, so America can come together again!  Seriously, people have become more divided in America on everyday issues.  And for some people, it’s their way or the highway, and some people have lost friends because of political discourse.  And here in Alabama, did you know that a country radio station plays the theme song to Superman before Rush Limbaugh comes on?  Yep, politics have gotten out of control.

But what if people in America came back together again.  And actually listened to what other people have to say instead of just ignoring them?  If the Fairness Doctrine came back, all TV and radio stations would have to present both sides of the story, left and right.  That means no more FOX News doing only Right stories and MSNBC doing only left stories.  I would also extend the Fairness Doctrine to all blogs and websites that mostly does politics.  This is what I would like to see!  Watch the video below, and think about it, should the Fairness Doctrine come back?  Leave a comment below!

Two Videos From The Great Food Truck Race In Mobile


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On Sunday, Food Network aired the show The Great Food Truck Race which was shot in Mobile Alabama!  In the episode called Shrimpin’ Ain’t Easy, the three teams left had to use local Gulf seafood in a dish, and also come up with some brunch dishes, since people in Alabama love brunch!  Since I saw the episode, I was impressed with the great Alabama crowd showing up!  And the ending was great on the USS Alabama.  Below, are two videos from the Mobile area highlighting the stop on The Great Food Truck Race.  If you want to see the episode, it will repeat on at 4 pm on Saturday, and 5 pm on Sunday.