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The Fate of the Furious (2017)

Director : F. Gary Gray.
Writer : Chris Morgan.
Producer : Vin Diesel, Neal H. Moritz, Michael Fottrell.
Release : April 12, 2017
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : Universal Pictures, Original Film, One Race Films.
Language : English.
Runtime : 136 min.
Genre : Action, Crime, Thriller.

Movie ‘The Fate of the Furious’ was released in April 12, 2017 in genre Action. F. Gary Gray was directed this movie and starring by Vin Diesel. This movie tell story about When a mysterious woman seduces Dom into the world of crime and a betrayal of those closest to him, the crew face trials that will test them as never before.

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  1. Danny Lucas

    At first glance, I liked the thought of checking eye color.
    Not so much as establishing a good habit (tho that be true), but in establishing contact.

    Then I asked if that is what I have done. Nope.
    That is not to say that there is a right or wrong approach; there are simply many approaches.

    I recall walking with my daughters years ago on the Peninsula at Erie, PA. People were coming and going in both directions. My children were about age 3 and age 12 at the time. I asked if they thought they could communicate to the next total stranger who came around the bend. The younger just played and walked; the pre-teen picked up varying shades of horror at talking to a total stranger (not a safety issue; dad was right there). The next 3 people who came by in the opposite direction of our walk, were leaving us total strangers anew. It was difficult for a preteen to initiate a conversation or communication.
    I told my daughter to watch.

    The next person to come by was a young lady on roller blades. I looked at her and gave a huge smile. She smiled right back.

    I asked daughter, Kellie, if she saw that! Did she see that total stranger look at my face and smile? She did see it.
    “Your turn!”, said I.

    The next two people were utter failures as Kellie looked down at the pavement. They remained passers by.
    I did the same smile as before on the next person around the bend. As luck would have it, the smile was again grandly returned. I pointed out anew to Kellie how easy it is to take a total stranger and make a connection.

    She mastered it on her next attempt. A woman in her mid 20’s was in full running gear and escorted by her puppy. Kellie’s smile made the woman stop and smile back. She asked Kellie “How are you?”.
    Kellie said “Fine”.
    I intervened and asked about the dog. It was her dog, she bantered about acquiring it, the dog’s name and age, her hobbies, what she liked about fall instead of summer, and more. We parted with a final smile.

    “Did you see that Kellie? A total stranger walking by and one smile from you led to an enormous amount of information from that gesture. A person who had no knowledge of you, and no intention of finding out, stopped their day to do nothing else except chat with you and share their life. Remember how that is done!”

    Some time after, we were in church. The pastor had a podium and it was sermon time. The church was very large and the audience spread widely. I sit up front due to growing deafness and a need to read lips. The pastor began to talk and my daughters watched and listened with me.

    Then, he did what all pastors in recent years seem to think is mandatory. He left the podium and began to walk around. As he walked to the far side of the platform, he made a direct connection to the people on the far side of the room. What he failed to realize was that he had turned his back on the vast majority of people.

    He walked to the opposite side and in doing so to connect with that new side, he turned his back on everyone else.
    Soon, he was speaking to everyone…..and, no one. Papers shuffled. People shifted in their seats. Books were picked up or a church pamphlet perused. The longer this guy walked and talked, the less people listened. He still does it today. Few remember a word he says.

    He was oblivious to the loss as most pastors are today. They seem to find the sermon time at church as an exercise moment in their lives as they race from here to there and back. Soon, people even stop attending.

    Oh, you can seek a new church. But that new pastor is likely to be a jogger too,….and not even smile much.
    The effort is to get YOU to smile by cracking jokes and entertaining instead of delivering the message they are trained to deliver on God’s behalf. I am convinced that the loss of church membership is due in part to this simple slip of communication style.

    Stand at the podium. Eye the audience. Smile sincerely. Turn your head from side to side, but stay put. If your back is on anyone in the audience, you have lost that sector. Whatever gain you have made in moving around is totally lost by the loss of the other listeners. I doubt God is impressed with all this movement and less focus on His Word.

    For kids (read parents duty), I recommend taking electives at school that include speech and debate. This teaches you to organize and process thoughts coherently and, it teaches you to stop midtalk, and switch to the opposite argument you were making on an issue. Now, you can see the whole picture as you are versed on both sides of a topic and can express either.

    You not only think fast, you are now able to think and speak and find the audience may have another view. You will pick up on that, whether your audience be a large group, or an audience of one spouse.

    Another area for kids to explore is declamation. Parents, there is a need in the schools for judges at declamation events, so volunteer. You being there (evaluate kids other than your own) will encourage your own to participate.

    In declamation, a speech is made; perhaps JFK’s Inaugural or Martin Luther King “I have a Dream”. They are memorized in total and given with style and flair as close to the original as possible.
    You gain knowledge on subjects and speaker’s style as you actually do it in imitation.

    I recall one young teen doing JFK’s “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country” Inaugural line. She blurted the whole thing in a machine gun staccato.

    After declamation was over, I talked with her and asked if she ever heard the speech.
    “No”.
    I envied her youth.

    In declamation, you use the same speech at varying competitions. I advised her that there is a long pause when JFK said :
    “And so my fellow Americans, (PAUSE)
    Ask NOT, (pause)
    what your country can do for you (PAUSE)
    ask what you (pause)
    can do for your country.

    She got it! And it made all the difference in her confidence and skill and style.

    Speech and debate are vital electives and skills at school. They prepare you to talk.
    Declamation teaches you HOW to do it well.

    Smiling at the Peninsula lets you converse with many pretty women in bikinis and have a marvelous day.

    Pastors doing exercise programs instead of sermons teach you how not to talk.

    1. Michael (Post author)

      You are teaching your daughter a wonderful lesson. For some it easy to smile and put yourself out there. For others it is not.

      However, I read the “eye color” advise with a mind for those that have a hard time yet know eye contact is important. For those, the how to overcome is often left out. I saw this as an important how for those folks.

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