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Speech: Platform Posture and Appearance (1949)

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Old short about the importance of good platform posture and how we can improve it through the simple knee test.

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Old short about the importance of good platform posture and how we can improve it through the simple knee test.

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Narrator: Good posture is a matter of the mind, your mind. In your thinking, you must convince yourself you will... think tall, talk tall, stand tall and walk tall.
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Make the knee test!

I like instructional shorts, generally. Sure, they often seem pretty goofy, but they did serve a purpose, and were generally progressive, despite their occasional tendency to encourage conformity, particularly to roles of gender and social class. But this one!

Is it really so important to maintain balance and good posture that it is necessary to compromise your dignity by placing your palms on your knees and swinging your can around in a circular motion? Besides, I actually tried making the Knee Test (strictly in the spirit of investigation, and in the privacy of my own home), and I honestly can't figure out what I was supposed to learn from it.

Sorry, but I'm just not buying this one.


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