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Switched at Birth Reaction

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This story was at first a little boring, because I thought it was just going to be about these two families and they would talk about how their lives were different after knowing and blah blah blah. But after about 15 minutes I realized that there was so much more to this story. It had this broader feel to it, that every family has that knack, every family really is tied together by something more than just living together. The reason I liked it so much was it got me emotional. I was upset with the Miller’s mom and the whole time I was listening waiting for remorse out of her, waiting to hear her justify something that really cannot be justified. Then later on she speaks, and it’s hard to be upset with her because she wanted to fix the situation. She was not a bad personal at all, she was just caught up in a terrible situation in so many ways. It made me want to go home and have dinner with my family just to tell them how happy I am to be a part of an amazing family.

From a radio perspective, one of the first things I noticed and picked up on was the use of music. They used the music at the right times with the right volume and for the right amount of time. The other thing that made it easier to understand was the use of all the voices. They made sure that all the voices were different and distinguishable so you could easily tell who was talking, but they also did a good job of saying beforehand who was talking and what their relationship was in the whole story.

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