HEATHER ROGERS - The speaker that I attended was Heather...

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The speaker that I attended was Heather Rogers. She is the author of the book we are reading, Gone Tomorrow . This program was one of many that she will be holding in the next few days to open people’s eyes to the way our waste affects the world. After she was introduced, Heather jumped right into the facts. She restated a lot of the things that she wrote in her book, talking about things from sending our garbage to other countries and continents to the mob and their affect on the garbage industry in America. To go along with the information she shared with us, she had a picture slideshow as well.
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Unformatted text preview: I was not very intrigued by Heather’s book, nor was I intrigued by the presentation. She seemed to be unprepared and didn’t speak very clearly. She had awkward pauses and didn’t present anything really new. Most of the information she talked about were things that we already read in her book. She didn’t have a very good introduction and didn’t keep the audience engaged. It felt more like she was just droning on and on. I was really glad that she had a picture slideshow. The pictures were very dismal, in my opinion, and showed how garbage really affected America....
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  • Spring '08
  • benson
  • Affect, Heather Rogers, people’s eyes, picture slideshow, awkward pauses, garbage industry

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