The kind of learning that sticks is the kind of learning that emerges after being submerged in headaches or heartaches or both. It is the kind of learning that happens in between drowning and refusing to sink, in between falling down and getting up, in between committing and correcting mistakes.

anonymous asked:

The media is cracking down of sugar in drinks (soft drink, juice, etc) and it’s really getting to me. I know processed sugar isn’t healthy, but they go on saying sugar, carbs and fruit causes weight gain, and then I feel like I shouldn’t eat high carb. I know the low carb diets are all sh*t and would never go down that path, but I keep doubting myself. How do you stand strong against such things?

Because I stand stong and stand behind peer reviewed, unbiased, SCIENCE. I’ve also PERSONALLY experiened the benefits of eating this way for 3.5 years and I’m the healthiest I’ve ever been in my life.
I don’t follow mass media and their “weightloss gimmicks”. Mass media talks more about the Kardashians than about how to reverse heart disease (the world’s #1 killer). They have an agenda, and that agenda is to make money. The “science” the media uses is BS funded studies by the meat, dairy, and egg industries. And it’s been proven (Dr.Gregor has a great video on his channel “nutrition facts” about this). The “science” they put out there is designed to confuse the consumer.
Speaking of Dr. Gregor, he and MANY orher plant based doctors have dedicated their LIVES to research, studying, and giving out PEER REVIEWED, UNBIASED, NON FOR PROFIT information to the public. Real science, not funded, mass media BS.

The SC is so fucked right now

What´s the situation now for the SC? Lets take a look. The three vet squads fighting the small titans are dead. Three squads of experiened, titan killing soldiers, in one strike. Thats a pretty big loss of combat power. Squad Hanji, another vet squad, is either dead or incapaciated. The 104th squad is stuck against the colossal titan, with limited battle supplies. Eren has proven ineffective and was kicked on top of the wall, and is likely unconscious. The colossal titan is slowly burning the inside of shiganshina down, and prepares to do the same with The recruits, horses, Levi and Erwin. Those are thus stuck between the bombardment of Zeke, his titans, and the colossal approching from behind. They have nowhere to run. The armored titan isnt dead either. It looks really fucking bad right now tbh.

What options are left?

1- Levi´s titan serum. It would turn any soldier into a mindless titan, presumably attacking both humans or shifters. His size, power and abilities are unknown. Not a reliable method, but used correctly it could defeat Zeke or his titans.

2- Reiner turning good. His soldier persona might take over for a while and he might attack the colossal. It´s unlikely that his titan would be any more effective than Eren on the ground, but he could definitely distract Bert.

3- The coordinate. Eren deus ex machinas all the enemys to oblivion?


One of my favorite experienes of my recent trip to London to see Hamlet, was the viewing of 3 of BC’s other theater performances. One must arrange to view them in advance. After The Dance is on film at the National Theater Archive and Hedda Gabler and Rhinoceros are on film at the V&A library Blythe House.

Molly and I decided to reserve viewing time for all 3 and were able to see them all on the same day. *thank you Molly for doing the heavy lifting for that one*

I have scant exerience of live theater and will not attempt to give skilled reviews. I believe Molly has that in mind - so be looking for her much better and in-depth real reviews - she took copious notes! I just sat back, watched and enjoyed. 

I enjoyed all of the performances, but Hedda Gabler was my favorite. All of the characters were complex, complicated and performed to perfection. BC had a supporting role for which he was nominated for an Olivier Award. After the Dance was funny and tragic. But more like watching a really good old Hollywood movie on TMC. BC had the lead role. Rhinoceros was a more avant garde production with metaphorical transformations of the population into literal beasts. BC had the lead role. 

If you are a big BC fan and get the chance, don’t miss getting to see him in other stage performances. You’ll be glad you did. It’s free and easy, just some paper work, selling of your soul - you know, the usual ;)