Monday, November 15, 2010

What Was That?



Does this make SNL relevant again?

6 comments:

Caitlyn Lord said...

I'm not sure that makes SNL relevant. But I understand your sarcasm. I really like this video though. SNL has done a great job, in the past, of making me laugh about political concerns. But lately, it seems like SNL has tried to steer away from any political controversies. I'm glad you posted this, I had not seen it.

Kiara Blackmon said...

Hi,

My name is Kiara and I am in Dr. Strange's EDM310 class. I do not watch SNL, so I do not know if this makes it relevant. I really liked the video. I thought it was very funny and different. I do not know if SNL always have things like this, but this was interesting to me.

blaforce said...

This video is a great video in that it shows the concern of the young people today not knowing the concerns of the world. And yes this does make Saturday Night Live relevant again.

Mary- Katelin said...

My name is Mary-Katelin, I'm in Dr. Strange's EDM310 class. I thought the video was funny and relevant to politics today. I don't watch SNL, so I'm not sure if it's common for these types of videos or not.

Sheena Nettles said...

Hello Mr. C,

My name is Sheena Nettles. I am a student in Dr. Strange's EDM 310 class at University of South Alabama. I have never seen SNL before. I cannot determine if this would be SNL relevant or not. But, it was very funny and interesting video.

Kim said...

Wouldn't it be so nice if settling the world's problems was so easy. I think that is probably how the young generation feels. Just simply, "What was that?" How are we doing as educators at raising people who can go much deeper in their thinking and come up with true solutions that change historical outcomes. I don't think SNL can answer that, nor do I think that was their goal in creating this sketch. Hopefully the watchers will eventually seriously think about how they can reverse the ills of our past and influence change for the future.