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Are there any beautiful ladies out there who watch anime and are willing to fill out my questionnaire for my thesis?Hope everything is well with all of you. I'm writing my thesis on anime and its affects on body image. could you please fill out my questionnaire for me? it'll only take a few minuteshttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSclBsmaHXl7uJWnSqcopQycsDLL0uzQL5gwoGbqKrN6lu4oJw/viewform
If the children of the parents caught up in "Operation Varsity Blues" are shown to have no hand in what their parents did, do you think the colleges would still be justified in kicking them out?Let’s pretend, for just a little minute, that all of the students were minors, blameless, and had no idea of why their parents wanted them to pose in weird positions. It’s a little minute because that’s all it takes to dispel the notion that a beauty vlogger really believed that she was top school material, or wanted to go.Even if the kids were blameless, they should be invited to leave their schools.No, it’s not punishment. Those kids are taking a place that should have gone to a kid with the marks. Who had done the work. Who really was interested in being on the fencing team, and really did do community service, and really cared about a top academic environment.It’s not just allowing a more qualified candidate to take a place, but it’s in the best interests of the cheater-kids as well. It’s likely that those kids would be happier and do better at a school that was more suited to them, which doesn’t just mean “lesser” academics. The thing about the top schools is that they require more intensive work once you’re in. The kids who were admitted to USC and Yale and other schools by virtue of their parents cheating might do better at a school with a more relaxed environment, or one with a major in popular culture, or some other criterea.Rich parents have always bought advantages for their children, and if I ran the world, elite test prep classes would be eliminated, and all kids would have the same access to study resources. Hell, I think that there’s an argument to be made for ditching the SAT.  It wouldn’t level the playing field, but it would help. What really makes me angry is that these cheating, lying parents, who knew exactly what they were doing, lied and cheated for their own vanity, not in the best interests of their kids.Footnotes https://www.usnews.com/news/the-...
Would it be all right to name your kid Yahweh? I’m not religious but find the name to be beautiful.NO!Yahweh is not a good name for a child.Why not? I can guarantee, unless you live in an incredibly remote area of the world, your child will meet at least one Jew in his/her lifetime. Jews, even the most reformed ones, will be offended when people write or say the name of their god aloud. They use all sorts of euphemisms.The second reason is, even if there are no Jewish people where you live, children will taunt your child. And your little one will have to fill out all kinds of forms when they are older. If your child says at his/her job interview that his/her name is Yahweh, would people take him/her seriously? No.My school name is Amanda, and I get taunted for it. That is such a normal English name. Imagine how worse it would be if the name was something outrageous.Thirdly, how would you like to be called ‘God’?Notes:Some people have asked me why I get taunted for the name Amanda. My name is pronounced in fake accents. It rhymes with panda. And it's not my official birth name.Others have asked me, if it's not acceptable to call your kid Yahweh, then why are some Hispanic people named Jesus? Well, if it's pronounced ‘hay-zoos', it's a standardized and traditional name, so it's acceptable. Yahweh, and a name pronounced ‘jee-zus', is not.
How is it possible that people can recite sentences they have read in books just by memory? How can I learn to do the same?Madeline Moore, a good friend, published her first book a few years ago.To celebrate her spectacular achievement I hosted her at one of her favorite restaurants in Berkeley, Cafe Venezia. You can take a look at the photo and get an idea of why Madeline loved this restaurant so much.You can see a line of laundry pinned to a rope clothesline with wooden pins. Dresses, bras, panties, man’s shirts and pants, are “hanging to dry” in the air from one wall to another. There is an Italian water fountain bubbling with clear water in the middle of the dining room that looks as if it was set in Venice, Italy.The decor and ambience of this restaurant drew many customers that are artists, writers, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, and academics from UC Berkeley. Venezia’s customers were people who appreciate beauty and fine food at shockingly reasonable prices. To use the words “cheap prices” would be accurate but would not fit the aura, or the tone and tenor of Cafe Venezia.Midway through the perfectly prepared garlic gamberi (prawns), Madeline brought up a character in her book.I said, “Oh, yes! On page 32 you described..” and recited a short paragraph of five sentences word-for-word that described that character.Madeline was stunned that I not only knew the page number, I could also recite a complete paragraph!She signNowed into her handbag and pulled out a copy of her book, flipped through the pages until she came to page 32, and read that specific paragraph aloud.This true story is being shared with you to let you know that you already have the ability to recite sentences you have read in books by memory.“Huh?” you say.I can prove it to you.If I asked you to describe what made the interior of Cafe Venezia memorable, you would be able to recite something like this, There is laundry pinned to a rope clothesline with wooden pins - dresses, bras, panties, men’s shirts and pants are hanging to dry. There is also a water fountain in the middle of the room.See how much you remembered? A lot!If I asked you to describe Venezia’s customers, you would be able to give even more details.See?Here comes a secret tip:If you want to be able to recite a paragraph of lines word by word written in a book, or a poem, do what people who have that skill do.FirstPeople who are able to recite sentences they have read in books by memory are able to do that because those sentences captivated their attention through the beauty in the words - how the words sound, the rhythm, or the words contain meaning that inspires insight, or they present unique details, or the sentences are structured to blend all that have been just mentioned.ThenWe take our attention further by reading and rereading and rereading those lines over and over again to savor the beauty in the words, or to feel the inspiration of the words wash through us.We even read the words aloud to thrill to the beauty in how the sentence is structured.Through pure indulgence, by savoring beauty, we joyfully memorize the lines.It is easy.Give in to great pleasure.You can do the same.(Google images)
Do you think this is hilarious? Lori Laughlin's daughter is apparently not literate enough to correctly fill out the applications for trademark of her beauty products.From the article:“Olivia Jade Giannulli's business may suffer beyond the fallout of the college admissions cheating scandal her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli were indicted in. The Blastreports that Olivia Jade is having a little trademark drama too and is at risk of having the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office abandon a couple of her applications for trademarks like “Olivia Jade Beauty” and “Olivia Jade.”Part of the reason, according to documents The Blast obtained, is officials believe that Olivia Jade's applications for “make up kits” with “moisturizer” and “concealer” are too broad. But another major factor is Olivia Jade's punctuation is really bad on them. The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office called out the mistakes.“Proper punctuation in identifications is necessary to delineate explicitly each product or service within a list and to avoid ambiguity,” officials wrote, according to The Blast. They also reminded her that “commas, semicolons, and apostrophes are the only punctuation that should be used.”Olivia Jade will have one more chance to resubmit her applications, the outlet reported, but because this is the second time she has been warned by the office, she will need to resubmit her documents in a timely manner or risk having her entire application thrown out.”
Do "dog people" ever turn in to "cat people"?Do you remember Robert DeNiro’s spiel on cats and dogs on “Meet the parents”?Jack: Greg, how come you don't like cats?Greg: I don't not like cats. I-I just-- I just prefer dogs. I mean, I'm just more of a dog kind of, you know--Come home, wagging their little tails, happy to see you kind of--Jack: You need that assurance? You prefer an emotionally shallow animal?Greg: I--Jack: You see, Greg, when you yell at a dog, his tail will go between his legs and cover his genitals, his ears will go down. A dog is very easy to break, but cats make you work for their affection. They don't sell out the way dogs do.Greg: Huh.On a theoretical level, that exchange was funny to me but as a lifelong dog person with some not so good cat experiences thanks to some nasty kitties that my aunt had (In retrospect, probably my fault that they were ill-tempered towards me — I was a little punk), it didn’t have the same meaning it does now.My entire life I had wanted a chinchilla. I sought out a pet store that had them and on the day I went to pick up Nibbler the chinni I met this crazy little black kitty that went on to become “Jawa the kitty”. Her little glowing eyes if hiding under a bed or a couch reminiscent of these little fellows:Anyway, Jawa was a little sh*t, to be honest. But in the most endearing way. She’d complain as soon as I picked her up when I came home from work and would engage in floppy passive resistance as I SHOWERED her in corporal cuddling:I was renting a place in a house that had been converted into two separate apartments and each tenant had one of the levels and we shared the basement and there were shared hallways. Jawa would sit at the door meowing to be let out. And then as soon as she gained her newfound freedom, she would make the most of it sitting right by the door. In the dark. With her little glowing eyes. Basement? wholly untapped. Eating yogurt? Here, let me climb all over you to stick my paws on my yogurt container. Jawa, wanna cuddle? no. Ever? no. And yet, I was teaching a course at the time with brand new content and was pulling near all-nighters every second day. As I’d be heading to bed at 5–6 AM, I’d swing by her favorite window sill and give her a little head scratch. She’d then follow me to bed and sit there purring as I’d be falling asleep.Am I a cat person now? dear god, without a doubt. I still love dogs and there is something to be said for their loyalty and devotion. And they are definitely a lot of fun as well. But they are high-maintenance. I’m too busy to be a good doggy dad. Cat don’t care. This particular meme is overdone to death, and yet it’s fairly bang-on. Want a little furry malcontent sharing your living space, get a cat!!!But it is definitely a rewarding situation.Why is this bag so damn heavy? oh, there is a cat inside.Jawa…No…Jawa…No….
I once came back home; on my bed, there were exactly one AA battery and one little piece of stale popcorn. I pretty much know how to solve that particular mystery, but what the hell does it mean????I don’t want to bore you with the details but cats can be little jerks and are just funny as fuck. And there is something to be said about that. As a now cat person, that quote from Meet The Parents has so much more resonance with me now.Meanwhile, I’m scheming to adopt these little buddies:And I’m kinda hoping that they are some feisty little dudes!!!