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Posted: 154.8 hours ago
wistfulwatcher: an endless list of that can’t-eat, can’t-sleep, reach-for-the-stars, over-the-fence, world series kind of stuff movies while you were sleeping (1995); “I’d say that she gets under your skin as soon as you meet her. She drives you so nuts you don’t know whether to hug her or, or just really arm wrestle her. She would go all the way to Europe just to get a stamp in her passport. I don’t know if that amounts to insanity, or just being really, really… likable.”
#while you were sleeping #movies #sandra bullock
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Posted: 170.8 hours ago
westwingwolf: Favorite Films: While You Were Sleeping (1995) So I had planned to marry Peter, but I married Jack instead. Thank goodness my father was right. Life doesn’t always turn out the way you plan. But Jack, Jack gave me the perfect gift: a stamp in my passport. He took me to Florence for our Honeymoon. I guess you might say he gave me the world. Peter once asked me when it was that I fell in love with Jack. And I told him “It was while you were sleeping.”
#while you were sleeping #movies #sandra bullock
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ainokiseki: People think that seizing an opportunity is like catching a train. The train only comes around once…and whether you catch it depends on your luck. I, however, believe that opportunities are all around us, and that real luck is knowing how to spot them and not pass them up.
#las chicas del cable #cable girls #teevee
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Posted: 202.8 hours ago
cablegrls: Season 2, Episode 1 “The Choice” The year 1929 had just begun, and we had the chance to choose how it would get underway. Would we leave our fates in the hands of justice? Or hide a body to keep enjoying our freedom?
#las chicas del cable #cable girls #teevee
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bethwoodvilles: GET TO KNOW ME MEME: 25 TV SHOWS Las Chicas del Cable (2017- ) - 17/25 “If you were a woman in 1928, freedom seemed impossible to achieve. To society, we were just housewives and mothers. We didn’t have the right to have dreams or ambitions. To seek a future, many women had to travel far and wide, and others had to confront the norms of a backward, chauvinist society. In the end, all of us, rich or poor, wanted the same thing: to be free.”
#las chicas del cable #cable girls #teevee
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Posted: 558.8 hours ago
juneboba: My boyfriend signed up for an Economics class last semester that had a professor who was described by other students on Rate My Professors as “a little offensive but still funny” and “you will still learn if you do the work and attend his workshops.” On the first day of class, he pointed to an Asian girl next to him. “Are you Chinese?” he asked. She looked bewildered and said, “Yes…?” “How do you feel about the One Child Policy?” The entire class went silent. She glared at him, “I’m American.” He shrugged it off, “Yeah, but you’re Chinese. So how do you feel about being the only child in your family?” When I peruse through class lists, one of the very first things I want to know is whether or not I will be in a safe environment with a professor who cares about their students. Rate My Professors is the most commonly used tool for students to decide whether or not a professor is right for their learning style. It’s a tool for students created by students. But when such tools actively work against students who want to give proper warning about professors, what does that tell you? Does RMP care about student safety? Or is it doing everything in its power to protect corrupt educators? Should students compile a list of corrupt professors to combat RMP’s new policy if they don’t reverse this rule? The Chinese woman and the rest of the students had to endure a semester filled with violent racist, sexist, and classist rhetoric (he later humiliated a student for 15 minutes for having an old Ford—what he described as a “loser car”) with a professor who only taught outside of class hours instead of during class hours. There are many more stories like this one because students pay for a class they weren’t expecting. Because students can’t say “racist and sexist”, people have opted for “problematic” with examples as well as synonyms. You can contact them here to ask them to change their policy.
#ah yes #i remember writing a perfect critique about my horrid film theory professor #and had to edit out the words 'sexist' and 'racist' #because it was 'too harsh' #even though those were perfect descriptors for him