Mama!Korra “wearing” her baby in a sling because I’m sure she would be the type to carry her baby around EVERYWHERE (imagine in a meeting with the world leaders and the baby starts to cry and people goes “it’s not a place for a child” and Korra’s don’t give two fucks because it’s her FREAKING KID AND YOU GOTTA DEAL WITH IT! lol
If you work hard for something, then of course it’s going to be important to you. If you need a certain result to get where you want to be in life, obviously it matters, but no score, result, point or grade will ever be worth more than you.
So if you’re upset on results day, that’s okay. It’s valid no matter how many times you hear “you’ll be fine, it doesn’t matter in the long run” you don’t have to think bigger picture just yet. Feel disappointed and let down, but don’t give up. Process your emotions, then try again however you can.
Halt and Catch Fire is at its best in the moments in which it crafts a narrative in which women and people of color are in the spotlight, giving rise to major tech innovations as leaders.
In the world of Halt and Catch Fire, the most powerful VC is a woman, the inventor of the first search site is a teenage girl, the lead of a VC firm’s best innovation is a black woman, and the most brilliant coder is, again, a woman.
It’s beautiful to watch, and just as gripping, if not more so, than watching a couple of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs stand-ins vie for control of the nascent tech universe.