Industrial Revolution

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So, this is the 2nd USHistory project flash I've submited in a row. Here's the low-down: Group Project, I'm incharge of the video portion of the assignment, and I am told of this 2 days before it's due...Long story short I ended up pumping this out in a 24hour period of time. As with all my educational movies, dont take anything in it as fact, its most likly a mistake or my own ignorence. Anyhoo...Enjoy!
(about the staticy sound: for some reason the claps in the song distort on compression, rasing the bit rate made it worse so this is the least noticeable it can be, sorry).

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Well that was a very well put together presentation, the part i liked the most was how at moments during the flash you had characters lips syncing up with the music in the background which was pretty cool. The song suited your flash nicely and i love the way you creatively display certain parts, like when your displaying the company going backrupt and the ceo holding onto the arrow on the chart as it goes down. Overall very well done.



really nice

The movie was good and all though you did get some things wrong it was jimmy hoffa who started the revolution, it was around the late 19th century to early 20th century that it happened, and we didnt win. We thought we did but we went to far becam corrupt and they found workers to replace that work for pennies in comparison to what we do there called illegal immigrants. See most of them can't read English so they get ripped off. I know there trying to escape they're old hellish countries but dont they realize that if they come here they'll make our country the same?

In a day?

Nice work, especially that you completed it so quickly.

I like the soundtrack.

Excellent as usual

Awesome movie. I remember when I had that same project for USH last year. I did a lame poster...

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Dec 3, 2004
2:56 AM EST
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