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Justin Lamb would love to be the compassionate teacher. Or the tough but fair teacher. He'd even settle for the wacky teacher, if it meant he could shake his current, less flattering alias: the sweaty teacher. In "Sweaty Teacher," a lively spoken word performance, Lamb defends the "geysers he calls armpits," reminding us that sweat isn't just a product of humidity -- but of hard work, too.
Talk by Justin Lamb.
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