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At MSUPosted on February 7, 2013We had a very nice evening yesterday – we were taken to the Ellen Theatre to seePecha Kucha:) google pecha kucha:) these were peculiar and hilarious presentations ofBozeman people, we really had fun, people had fantastic sense of humour. One guy toldus a story of him giving away his kidney to a total stranger, there was a personal trainer(a very sexy lady by the way) who told us about her sins like drinking alcohol and coffee,someone had a speech on global warming, someone else about his travel to Mexico etc.We should try it in our town – great fun!Now we are at MSU having multicultural foundations panel, my group has finished andnow I am just observing the second one – American students are asking us differentquestions:)We are going shopping today and then we have partner teacher meeting later in theafternoon so I am meeting the teacher with whom I am going to cooperate at school:)Americans are crazy about being professional! When we asked our young “guides” to goout with us at/on the weekend, we were told that they are not allowed to go out with usbecause they have to be professional! They said that they can only meet us downtownby accident so we agreed to meet somewhere by accident on Saturday;)