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Larry Sessions
Works at Metropolitan State College of Denver
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This is very, very nice. Some of the comments are very nice, too.... very funny. Obviously written without a clue. Laughter is good. Hopefully time will heal the lack of understanding, but the sounds are good in any event, and laughter is aways good. Thanks to all.

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A very touching short film about what we do every day that impacts the wildlife around us and thousands of miles away.

Here's the link to the short video: http://www.upworthy.com/people-should-know-about-this-awful-thing-we-do-and-most-of-us-are-simply-unaware-jl2-36b

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Astronomy educator, sometime writer, dog person, nature observer, weather enthusiast, skeptic
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Denver, CO
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Little Rock, AR - Fort Worth, TX - Wasco, CA
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Educator, writer
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  • Metropolitan State College of Denver
    Adjunct instructor, 1995 - present
  • Final Copy, Inc.
    Educator, writer, present
  • Community College of Aurora
    1994 - present
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science
    1980 - 1992
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
    1975 - 1978
  • The Johnston Group
    Account Exec., 1978 - 1980
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Cosmic Awareness Facilitator
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