Drunk and happy scream?
Never saw that before / need help scream?
Angry at known-party scream?
I can not evaluate nor will investigate.
I heard perhaps a gun.
I hear definitely helicopter.
I think all are unrelated.
Thinking is what got us here in the first place.
Let me rant happily that Dr. Robert Cohon is a dedicated teacher.
(We had a review tonight, during cocktail hour, Simpsons — new episode; no functioning recording device here! and no, I don't have the patience to watch "TV" online after the fact, legal or illegal — and I did only learn a few hints as to what one should express on the midterm in two days; however, I am the 10-years-ago undergrad / post-bac / older student (but not the oldest in the room) and so know the game, remember the game, love the game, hate the game, wish I had more time for the game, which I abandoned over a decade ago because I hate games, because I feel as I felt that intellectual games were on their own plane … )
I shall not go on there.
What I mean is: when I watch PBS and see folks spending full days setting up cameras (infra-red / new technology for which I have no name / time to reresearch and confirm) with the goal of seeing forest animals elusive like Sumatran tigers and elephants, I feel at once jealous and sad.
I also envy those who spend hours under the Turkish sun excavating new spaces that show that people there built Stonehedges thousands of years prior to the Paleolithic Age in Beowulf-land.
This woman, while attending to eyebrow- and armpit-plucking, would also like to be one of those females who appears on PBS without any self-conscienceness about post-Victorian grooming "trends."
She wants to live with birds and monkeys / apes and with moths and such that are mysteries.
She doesn't believe in homo sapiens as a thing to explore as-is.
I hear more people screaming.
This one has a female voice.
(No, this is not a metaphor.)