In The Mood For Love (2000)
communion wafers are not cruelty free. they fucked that boy upppp
For many devoted females viewers of the hit sci-fi television series “The X-Files,” the show wasn’t just entertaining, it was was life-changing. Women who regularly tuned into “The X-Files” were 50% more likely to have worked in a science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) field, according to a recent survey conducted by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. Nearly all the women surveyed who were familiar with the series’ lead character, a female doctor and FBI agent named Dana Scully, said she is a role model for girls and women. And close to two-thirds attributed their belief in the importance of STEM to the fictional character.
The survey’s findings validate fans’ long-held belief in “The Scully Effect,” which suggests that women became interested in science fields because of Scully, played by actress Gillian Anderson throughout the show’s eleven seasons.
Drivers unionizing during red flags >>>>
he is sitting and pondering
it feels so wrong watching formula e cars going around a conventional race track without some nice close barriers to keep them contained… it feels like watching somebody’s pet hamster run around your living room outside of its little ball
monoculture forests are deeply unsettling in a way that is hard to explain to people who do not spend a lot of time looking at forests
this thing is alive in an undead hivemind kind of way and it wants to fucking kill me
this literally looks like a poorly designed video game
it’s the uncanny valley of forests