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June 23, 2016
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For this blog we are going to have you pick out your favorite PSA that you watched during this course.  Using a few complete sentences tell us which PSA was your favorite, which session it was in, and why it was your favorite.  

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On November 13, 2018 Jason Payne said...

I have to say that my favorite/ the psa that a reflected most from was the first PSA in session 1. I liked this PSA because after all of these sessions it becomes more and more crucial that you can see just how hard it is to see something you are not looking for. In this video it is a moon-walking bear, but in real life its a small child running into the street, or a bicyclist you didn't see coming. I like to think of this PSA as the foundation for all of the other cautionary ones because that first PSA shows you that you would have missed the same things that the drivers in all of those other cautionary PSAs missed and that you really need to pay attention to anything and everything that may happen. Even though this PSA may not seem as serious as the others, I think it is the most serious because it puts you in the position of making the mistake, not someone else.

On November 12, 2018 Tayten Sanderson said...

My favorite PSA was the one from session 36 about the man going to the hospital after a crash. This PSA compared each step/person involved in a crash as a different item related to cars, such as the paramedic being a mechanic, the hospital as the body shop. I liked this PSA because it showed the similarities between what a person goes through after a crash compared to what a car goes through after a crash. The person needs to go to the hospital, and the car the body shop. The car gets fixed by a mechanic, the person by a paramedic/doctor. The PSA also showed in the background video what the aftermath of a crash was like, which I believe gave me a real look of what its like going in an ambulance and what the rash victim goes through.

On November 08, 2018 Juliana Tovar said...

My favorite PSA from the course is the PSA from session 21. In this PSA, a man who was "only a little bit over" the speed limit caused a car accident which resulted in injuries and death. I believe this PSA is important because it shows how many people do not realize the severity of their actions and the consequences that can come with them. This often time occurs with the speed of their driving, as shown in the PSA, but it is not limited to only that. Many times people also have this dangerous mindset with distracted driving or driving while under the influence. This mindset is what often times leads to deadly accidents on the road. Therefore I think that the PSA in session 21 accurately represents the dangers of this and the importance of being aware of your actions and decisions on the road.

On November 07, 2018 Jack Fargo said...

The most impact PSA was in session 30. The story of the two brothers that are drinking and the older brother decides to race his friend with his brother in the car and ends up getting into a crash and killing his brother. That video and the way that he described the relationship he had with his brother reminded me of my younger brother. It made me realize that if I am stupid enough to make a mistake like he did that my brother would end up being the one to pay and it would completely be on me and my careless discussions that could cost him his life.

On November 02, 2018 Jake Piotrowski said...

My favorite PSA is the second PSA in session 37. There was minimal sound during the PSA and the PSA showed just how oblivious you are to pedestrians when you are texting and driving. It was a simple PSA that taught an important lesson, that being to never text and drive.

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