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Whiny freshmen whining about an easy intro to psych class. If you paid attention in class and took notes instead of checking your fucking Facebook, you’ll fucking pass the class.
Seriously, this class so fucking easy. She lays out the information in front of you. Literally word for word.
This is a regular class, not an artsy fartsy bullshit class.
God. Omg. I’m done.
Brown Eye-Blue Eye Experiment
"I used to be a preschool teacher, but I got fired."
“Well, I decided that I wanted to have a socially conscious class. So we learned about apartheid in South Africa. Then we learned about homelessness. Then we made mother’s day cards for Trayvon Martin’s mom. And I think the principal decided that it was too much for three and four year olds, because she told me I wasn’t a ‘good fit.’ But honestly, I was just shining too bright for them. And now she’s going to see me on Humans of New York, and she’ll be sorry!”
#8: “Pon de Floor” (Wadi, Top 20)
The difference between his solo and Tadd’s are just crazy. It is so nice to see a decent top rock and steps actually put together in a coherent fashion. I also give him crazy props for spinning on his head without a hat. Lol he doesn’t even have hair. That must have hurt.
But I love this solo. I knew it wasn’t going to save him, but it’s still really fun and his flips are insane. I can’t decide if freerunners are really cool or just completely freaking crazy. I guess a little of both. I mostly just want to know who was the first person that looked up at a really tall building and went “huh, I wonder if I can flip off of that and not die” and tried it.
I dont’ care what your Momma says, Christmas time is near.
Too soon! TOO SOON! Thanksgiving comes first!
Today we’ve got an exclusive look at the trailer for “#chicagoGirl: The Social Network Takes on A Dictator,” a documentary that captures the involvement of an American teenage girl with the revolution in Syria, made possible by the internet and social media. 19-year-old Ala’a organizes demonstrations, protests and helps to broadcast images of what’s happening on the ground in Syria, all from her bedroom in Chicago. Though she’s removed from the action, threats start to infiltrate her world, as we can see in the trailer.
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