Honestly I don’t give a shit about visuals. They’re the last of my worries. If the story line actually has depth and it’s good, and the acting isn’t flat, I’m gonna like the movie regardless it’s color grading


There’s a lot of good recommendations on this list, but one that I didn’t see – that I definitely think all students should read and learn how to do – is one on how to think critically of your own work, but also of your peers’ and others. These books seem a little too focused on the person reading them and on self-help.

I really like that AC/DC belt

Ich glaub, Dir brennt der Kittel!

It’s difficult to follow eveything, but it appears to me that Skinner is making more false assumptions about Chomsky than the other way around. Several times I hear him accusing Chomsky of believing things that Chomsky specifically denies. It also doesn’t help that he admits to never reading Chomsky’s review of his work. I suspect that their beliefs aren’t as different as they think they are. I’m sure I’ll have a complete change of heart the more I read into this debate

All were correct for me 😊😊😊

“Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four.”

What if we got around that problem and say the robot was tailored for each individual. Then, the mere fact that it’s a ROBOT will get in the way… or it will benefit. Some patients would be afraid of robots and avoid them, others, not comfortable around people, would learn better from a not-person.

This looks like a bunch of fun. I actually didn’t think I’d get into it but it feels like a nice little problem solver that exercises your brain but doesn’t strain it

Can we change this???😣😷

I learned the Toratongue with my giant tortoise

U somehow make english class fun

Your videos are all amazing πŸ˜€

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