Vincent Cassel speaking damn near perfect Portuguese to the point where he plays a character who speaks it during the entire movie. Jealous.
My vision: long, controversial and unpopular with my friends. It continues with Rory finishing up her stint covering the Obama campaign. Once it ends, she gives the New York Times another shot, and it works out for her this time around. She’s stoked, because Lane is living in up and coming Williamsburg with Zack and the twins so they still see each other all the time. By this time, Lane and Zack have also got a moderately successful indie band preparing for SXSW. They’ve opened for the band that opened for Tame Impala. They’re about to make it (in a non sell-out way). Rory’s walking back from a stint babysitting the twins in Brooklyn when HOLY SHIT she bumps into Dean. What is Dean doing in NYC? He was meant to be a Stars Hollow townie forever. But no. He made peace with his divorce and had a moment where he realized he wanted to be a successful man. He moved to the big city to go to college, he tells Rory. She is hella impressed to hear that he’s in his last semester at NYU, where he’s studying advertising. He may go to grad school but hasn’t decided yet because he already felt weird being older than his classmates. He is basically putting himself in debt for his education but he’s okay. Increasingly, Rory and Dean hang out in New York and it’s very platonic until one night when they have a heated discussion about the death of print. Rory sees Dean as her equal, not a childhood boyfriend. He’s a thinking man. She’s turned on. It happens, y’all - they live happily ever after. Ironically, it’s Dean who continues his studies, earning a master’s from Columbia and joining the US foreign service (public affairs track). Rory leaves the Times when Dean is sent to his first diplomatic mission. She occasionally writes for Huffington Post on politics and the economies of Asia. Meanwhile, in Stars Hollow, Luke and Lorelai are together, and this time it’s not weird. They don’t live together, though. April comes over when Lorelai is around and it’s all good. Lorelai also begins to entertain the possibility of refurbishing an old building in Boston to open a second Dragonfly Inn location. There’s also a chick-fil-a in Stars Hollow, which is okay because Taylor and Kirk love the chicken nuggets. Everything is just cool, man.
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Response to 27 Reasons Yorkshire Is God’s Own County:
Where my children will be raised. They’ll sound just
Iike their dad, Alex Turner, and they will know every Pulp song by heart. There is nowt you can say.
I hate to make this #correction. But it’s hanged, not hung.. Lets report this the correct way…
What a tragedy..rest in peace.
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I have found that the writer types who look up to her are the overly bloggy, self-centered writers who really believe everyone has to hear *their* story. I don’t know how to describe it, but it’s just always about them. Then there’s the rest of us, who had to write about school districts, tax rates and follow the money trails: basically stories people like Lena Dunham fans aren’t interested in reading about, because the non-witty subject matter doesn’t revolve around them. In a nutshell, it’s lazy at times, like a lot of young writers are today. I graduated five years ago, but man…it’s so different. I realize that mostly when I come on Buzzfeed and read stuff like this. I’m not drinking the Haterade, I’m just saying this is what I’m seeing? For an example of someone who (for the most part) does it right: see Mindy Kaling.
Response to Kid From “Two And A Half Men” Finds God, Wants You To Stop Watching “Two And A Half Men”:
Oh Kirk Cameron. Wait….