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goals 2018

No excuses

Hi again. My second blog post in under ten minutes. Don’t get used to it, haha.

In my first comeback blog post, I talked a little bit about myself and sent two links, one to a loom video I made, and another to a youtube video in the hopes to convince you to learn Chinese.

ANYWAYS…

This post is about goal setting. Again, I can’t stress enough that I’m going to try my best not to come back to this blog all confident and cocky. Okay? okay.

I have a selected number of interests that holds my attention and time. I will most likely be posting things about:

  1. being a student at Laidlaw. I’m studying to become a primary school teacher. yay.
  2. cooking. I’m living on campus so I have to do grown-up things like cooking and washing my clothes. Yay? I can’t tell you how stressful food can be…

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Assassination in broad daylight

Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything

She smiled,
perhaps randomly
cause still unknown,
perhaps humility was shown
to a beggar of attention
perhaps a concession,
for old times sake
it wasn’t fake,
it wasn’t shake
smooth, sparkling
water in the lake,
heart decided it was enough
before the day in the rough,
incorruptible wonderful memory
last fabulous dowry
and stopped,
body dropped, like a brick,
people stopped, people laughed
finally dead, little prick!
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Retro Review: if… (1968)

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At a time when street protests were all the rage in Europe, and British society was going through a period of great change, this unusual film was released in cinemas here. Directed by Lindsay Anderson, a one-time darling of the British New Wave Cinema, and starring many stalwart character actors, alongside some exciting new young discoveries, including Malcolm McDowell, in his first screen role. It lampooned the old Public School (read expensive private school) system in the UK, and injected the revolutionary spirit of the time too.

Set in a fictional boarding school, we follow the antics of a disillusioned trio of older boys who are all more than ready to rebel against the privileged system that they are a part of. The familiar hangovers of Victorian schooling are still there. Younger boys used as servants for the Prefects, and harsh corporal punishment dealt out too. Homosexuality is rife, and…

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