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  1. I hope no one minds I began this post. This post is for any one who would also like to add their thanks. I just thought it would be nice to have a post set up to say thanks to Dr. Edwards and also fellow classmates and honored guests like Dr. Gehring and Vince Cellini. Thanks so much Dr. Edwards for teaching me to see Slapstick, "with new eyes." For sharing your enthusiasm and knowledge, your love of this artform and its many comedians and eras. For finding fun and interesting ways of teaching this considerable and influential genre. For helping me see the order within the seeming disorder. For caring and taking the time. Thanks to Dr. Gehring for bringing his expertise, the depth and breadth of his vast knowledge and sharing it with everyone. Thanks for connecting the dots... Thanks to Vince Cellini for his time and enthusiasm. Thanks for asking the questions I would have asked and for sharing the fun of Studio J with the class. And I agree, it's just not the Stooges without Curly. Thanks to my fellow classmates for sharing your knowledge, for your insights, opinions and encouragement. For sharing your love of the people, eras and movies of Slapstick. Most especially for making this a safe and welcoming place to share and discuss any and everything even when we disagreed. I'm really going to miss every one of you. I loved these past six weeks and look forward to our paths crossing again very soon. Best wishes to all. And my thanks to Buster Keaton...you'll always be the king of Slapstick to me... https://youtu.be/UWEjxkkB8Xs

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