Anyone notice the long sleeves? A million dollars says there's a big ol' bandage on her left arm!
Is she using sign language?
- Thats what I was thinking, I wish I could read sign language. --Demented Llama 16:10, 10 October 2007 (CDT)
- doesn't anyone know friggin sign language!?
PS I think someone should figure out if the words she's saying as she signs means anything.
I was thinking baseball signs?
- i 'speak' sign language. there is nothing there in sign language. its just body gestures. there could still be something here. i'd also make note of the awkward cuts. - platy oct 10
- i like the idea of being baseball signs. i'm not gonna go to the forums (whenever i step foot in the forums, i don't leave for several hours!!) but i wonder if this is uber-simple language (i.e. ear+chest=listen to me, hand-extending-out=you, etc).--Nieriel.Manwathiel
- maybe she's trying to say something about thanksgiving? i can't really explain why i'm thinking that but it just came to me. - platy oct 11
There's no faction specifically listed in the vid description. I kind of agree with Renegade, who listed the Faction on the Main Page as "LaRezisto", because it's not from the Order, but it's certainly not from TAAG's Resistance, either. So, Faction:LaRezisto? ~ JBSHRYNE 01:13, 11 October 2007 (CDT)
- Actually, that's just an oversight on my part. I have a prepared framework for video pages, in which Faction: Resistance is pre-entered, since it's been some time since the enemy vlogged. It's just one field, I never use it, so it totally wasn't on my mind when I saved. In the vid template, on the other hand, it's a prominent field, and I remembered to change it.
- iow: "The Resistance" was not a conscious decision, and I'll change it to LaRezisto now.
No more factions! Who needs factions anyways? :P --Zoey 16:55, 11 October 2007 (CDT)
on- or "Alone..."???
At 32 seconds in this video, Emma starts her sentence by saying: "I've been spending a lot of time..." and then the scene cuts. In the transcript it says that the last word appears to be "on-", which would make it "I've been spending a lot of time on-". Could it also be the word "Alone", so that it would make the sentence: "I've been spending a lot of time alone-"??? Because no matter how hard I try to listen for a word something like "on-", I keep hearing "Alone".
Is this useful? I mean, you don't have to change it immediately, I just want to know if other people hear it too.
- I'm with you there. It definitely sounds like "alone". I'll go ahead and change it in the transcript.--Jonpro 09:22, 11 October 2007 (CDT)