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A Librarian's Life, Part 3
I've changed the names of everyone in this article to protect their identities. Shift 4 - Badge Arriving at the front line that day, I was stationed with Ginny, Lucy and a woman who was at my interview, but I have never worked with. I'm going to call her Pam. Pretty much a clone of Poppy, except she has a slightly cleaner mouth and takes her job seriously.
A Librarian's Life, Part 1
I've changed the names of everyone in this article to protect their identities. A Librarian? I don't really know why I thought working as a waitress in an extremely busy dining hall would work out for a bookish 17-year-old with an anxiety condition, but I did.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Review
A review and summary of what really stood out in Valerian. A Quick Note I have never read the graphic novel from which this movie has been derived. Therefore, I would like to state that this review is based solely on my experience of seeing the film. Also, this article will contain all kinds of spoilers but nothing about the ending so read at your own risk!
The Help Movie Review
(Minor spoiler warning for the entire article!) Synopsis In 1960s Mississippi, a young writer by the name of Skeeter (played by Emma Stone) stands out from the crowd. She starts her ambitious career by filling in for a cleaning advice columnist "Miss Myrna" who has taken ill. Unfortunately, Skeeter doesn't have a clue when it comes to cleaning, so she enlists a maid called Aibileen (Viola Davis) to help her. Through this, they form a strong friendship and Skeeter gets an idea: to write a book about the "help' and how it feels to work as a black maid in Mississippi. Not only is this task illegal, it goes against all of her friends, her family, and her boyfriend as they all live quite happily with segregation in society. As time goes on, more maids get involved and have a great deal to say about their lives raising white children and serving their mothers.
5 Reasons RWBY Is the Show You Should Be Watching Right Now
RoosterTeeth is an online American studio, based in Austin, Texas, that produces online entertainment. Founded in 2003, they have produced some of the most successful series in YouTube history and with 35 million subscribers, they must be doing something right! I could write about their shows, streams, and award winning content all day. However, today I have chosen to talk about RWBY, an animated series that is posted on the RoosterTeeth website and channel on YouTube, and why you should be watching it right now!
Why 'Whipped' is a Work of Art
Where to even begin? The Story Whipped follows a young man called Nathan who takes up a new job in an "adult" shop in London appropriately named "Hell." You follow him from his first day to his uncomfortable acceptance of the latex-wrapped kink machine and his workmate "Leonard Spinks."
Apart from (gasp) a woman, who is Jodie Whittaker and why was she chosen as the new doctor? Her Acting Career Born on June the 3rd 1982, in West Yorkshire, Jodie is 35 years of age. However, her acting career for the BBC only started in 2006, when she was around 24 years of age with a TV drama that followed the stories of different individuals each week. She made her BBC debut as "Sam," a fast food worker who's uncle died and left her an allotment (it's more exciting than it sounds). As the story progresses, however, the precious outdoor space comes under threat and she must protect it (and her uncle's ghost) before it's too late in this comedy episode of The Afternoon Play.