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Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions - Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, turmoil ensues in Headquarters. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school.

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Release Date : 2015-06-19
Casts : Paula Pell, Phyllis Smith, Mindy Kaling, Bill Hader, Kyle MacLachlan, Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Lori Alan, Kaitlyn Dias, Richard Kind, John Ratzenberger, Bobby Moynihan, Diane Lane, Paris Van Dyke, Lewis Black, Paula Poundstone
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Let’s talk about Guatemala. They’re trying to impeach their president. President Otto Pérez Molina is a bad man hiding behind the protections guaranteed to higher office in Guatemala.

A corrupt government is not in a position to police crime or violence, so lots of Guatemalan immigrants end up fleeing across Mexico to the US southern border seeking asylum. Folks living in Guatemala right now are struggling to improve the situation and hold their government accountable.

Here’s the summary:

+ The President is a mass-murdering profiteer who has escaped prosecution to this day, is caught up in a new scandal, and still refuses to resign.

+ The President and former Vice President are currently accused of making millions of dollars in cahoots with the same types of business interests and special international groups that sparked thirty-six years of war and slaughter called the Guatemalan Civil War.

+ Congressional President Montt is a convicted genocidal former-General who hid behind political immunity for decades in the same way that Pérez-Molina wishes to, but this week, Montt is finally facing justice. Everyone’s happy about the justice part, but it’s tempered with anger at how long it has taken and distress that all these politicians can hide behind government office immunity to avoid court rulings.

+ The vast majority of the Guatemalan poor have suffered for generations through hereditary poverty and recurring waves of ethnic slaughter against indigenous peoples.

+ People are marching in the streets by the thousands. It’s their country and they demand better leaders.

+ We’re all holding our breath to see if the current democracy in Guatemala is actually accountable to its people.

History and Further Info:
Colonialism left its mark and in the late 1800’s, Guatemala had deeply divided social classes: rich ruling class of landowners with international ties to OTHER rich people in other countries (US business people specifically), a mixed european/native middle class of artisans and low level gov’t officials called Ladinos who were considered ethnically inferior, and an enormous category of desperately poor Mayan and other native peoples who occupied the lowest caste. Land was stripped from the indigenous people; debt-based indentured labor and subsequent debt-based slavery tied hundreds of thousands of workers to plantations across generations. Bribery and corruption kept the middle class from assisting the poor on a governmental level. It sucked for anyone who’d gotten themselves born to the wrong parents.

It’s no wonder that, when the citizens were given a shot at a democratically elected gov’t in 1944, they jumped on it with two feet and brought a bunch of left-leaning politicians to power who instated land reform—dividing up the plantations and freeing indentured laborers—and started defining and honoring rights for all citizens. There was about a decade of hope and improvement.

It looked a bit like communism—too much like communism for the US in the 1950’s. The US funded and provided weaponry+training to the leaders of the military coup that overthrew the democratically elected government of Guatemala and undid a decade’s worth of reforms. US intervention disenfranchised the majority of Guatemalans, and plunged life back into the darkest of the ‘good ol’ days’ when US businesses enjoyed the very best in tax-exempt status, unrestricted landownership, and forced labor.

The US pushed the country hard for its own profits and benefit and in 1960, Guatemalans pushed back. What spiraled out of that was THIRTY-SIX YEARS of Guatemalan Civil War. Think about that. That war started when my parents were 2 and ended when I was sixteen. Thirty-Six Years: 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, and more than half of the 1990’s. Measure those dates against your own life history. Imagine that you lived all those years in a war zone.

Because while this was a Civil War, it wasn’t a regional north Vs South. It was literal class warfare and the battle ground spread across the entire country. The foreign hereditary rich and the military battled against the middle and lower class native peoples who could only counter effectively with guerrilla tactics. The rich in power had US backing, weapons, and a secret police system that “disappeared” or outright killed more than 200,000 opposing Guatemalans.

All native peoples were suspect—if not of being rebels, then of harboring rebels. Starting in the 1980’s, the Guatemalan military, now well-trained and well-funded by two decades of work alongside US handlers, cornered the 3,000 guerrilla insurgents in the mountains and began systemically destroying Mayan villages throughout the mountains of Guatemala in a race-based genocide that was not recognized as real outside of the region until some time around 2007. People are still finding mass graves. Here’s a documentary & interview with US forensic anthropologist and a team of Guatemalan technicians, who because of all their experience, are now the world’s foremost authority on exhuming mass graves.

Here’s where current President Otto Pérez-Molina comes in. He was a field commander during these human rights atrocities. (Atrocities that the Reagan administration dismissed, downplayed and ultimately blamed on the leftist guerillas whose families and communities were slaughtered.) Current President Pérez-Molina worked under General Efraín Ríos Montt who was officially convicted of genocide and crimes against humanity with a sentence of 80 years in Guatemalan court. His sentence was put on pause though, and he was allowed to continue to work as President of the Guatemalan Congress—immune from prosecution. That has finally reversed and he’s being brought up again to face his sentence this week! Will justice finally be served? Will President Pérez-Molina and his vice president go to jail as well? Only the people of Guatemala and their elected representatives can say.


I’m a US citizen and a Latina, and I’m deeply distressed that our national news gives no attention to the 47 countries south of us. We hear about them from time to time when there’s a natural disaster, when a US citizen gets in trouble, or when we want to complain about the stuff that comes from those countries (typically drugs, guns, or people.)

I know we can’t care about everything all the time—and as much as it upsets me that all “latinos” from dozens of countries are interchangeable/disposable in the current US narrative—I do understand the logic. The news should be about the stuff happening closest to us and impacting us the hardest. No one has the time to learn about everything happening EVERYWHERE. That’s why there’s no nightly news segment about South Dakota.

But with the current US political race-to-be-the-cruelest talk about immigration, with our dozens of ‘Family Detention Center’ internment camps currently operating inside the United States, and with the natural concern about violence and crime that accompany drugs/guns/gangs/human-trafficking, I would argue that current events in Central, South, and Caribbean America are happening VERY close to us and DO impact us the hardest.

These issues may seem like they’re very far away, but they involve real people, are compounded by the foreign policy strategies of our elected officials, and ripple to all our doorsteps.  Spread the word for our fellow human beings in Guatemala. Learn about your country’s history of foreign policy. Pay attention to your national politics.  And if you can, register and vote.


**CAVEAT**
I did my homework, but I’m no history scholar, and I’m not living in these places. I’m willing to learn if I need to be corrected and I’m trying. Please tell me what you think. If you know better, teach me.

#YoNoTengoPresidente #Guatemala #history #latinos #Protests #my links are informative #However they do give you more info on wars and human rights abuses #so we all know that info isn’t pretty and could be hard to deal with.

Photo credits to: Mosises Castillo of AP & William Gularte of elPeriódico
Taken August 2015, Guatemala City, Guatemala

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[INFO] 2PM 10th Japanese Single「HIGHER」Details & Buying Projects

  • Release date : 2015.10.21
  • Limited Edition A (CD+DVD) - ¥2,100 
    ※ Photo lyrics booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    Disc 1 (CD)
    01. HIGHER
    02. My House -Japanese ver.-
    03. 誓いのクリスマス
    04. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    05. My House -Japanese ver.- (Without main vocal)

    Disc 2 (DVD)
    > HIGHER MUSIC VIDEO (Original ver.)
    > HIGHER MUSIC VIDEO (Dance ver.)
    > My House -Japanese ver.- MUSIC VIDEO 

  • Limited Edition B (Jun. K ver.) - ¥1,300
    ※ Three-fold 6P booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    CD
    01. HIGHER
    02. EVEREST (Jun. K Solo Track)
    03. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    04. EVEREST (Instrumental)

  • Limited Edition C (Nichkhun ver.) - ¥1,300
    ※ Three-fold 6P booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    CD
    01. HIGHER
    02. Maybe you are (Nichkhun Solo Track)
    03. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    04. Maybe you are (Instrumental)

  • Limited Edition D (Taecyeon ver.) - ¥1,300
    ※ Three-fold 6P booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    CD
    01. HIGHER
    02. Never Give Up (Taecyeon Solo Track)
    03. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    04. Never Give Up (Instrumental)

  • Limited Edition E (Wooyoung ver.) - ¥1,300
    ※ Three-fold 6P booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    CD
    01. HIGHER
    02. ハンパない (Hanpa nai) (Wooyoung Solo Track)
    03. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    04. ハンパない (Hanpa nai) (Instrumental)

  • Limited Edition F (Junho ver.) - ¥1,300
    ※ Three-fold 6P booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    CD
    01. HIGHER
    02. So many girls (Junho Solo Track)
    03. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    04. So many girls (Instrumental)

  • Limited Edition G (Chansung ver.) - ¥1,300
    ※ Three-fold 6P booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    CD
    01. HIGHER
    02. Miss You (Chansung Solo Track)
    03. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    04. Miss You (Instrumental)

  • Regular Edition (CD) - ¥1,300
    ※ Three-fold 6P booklet
    ※ 1 random trading card (out of 7 types)
    CD
    01. HIGHER
    02. My House -Japanese ver.-
    03. HIGHER (Instrumental)
    04. My House -Japanese ver.- (Without main vocal) 

(Source : 2PM Japan, Sony Music & via 2PMAlways)


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study tip no one asked for

so i have a psych paper due tuesday that i’m working on it this weekend and i know quite a few people on here that are just starting college who might find the way i do papers helpful. (and even bbys in high school who might like it.)

not that i coined the term or anything, but i call it info dumping. an info dump is usually what your professors don’t want. they don’t want a list of definitions and dates and happenings - they already know all that. they want you to think for yourself and piece things together and maybe even give your opinion. they wanna know how well you’re retaining the information they’re giving you. so don’t info dump on the paper - instead, use an info dump to start building your paper.

okay so what i do is head straight for wikipedia and look up whatever it is i’m doing my paper on. (in todays case, it’s nativism vs empiricism). so i look up the basic article on it and so far my info dump just looks like this: 

nativism

empiricism

then i open up all the other links that could be of use; behaviorism, innatism, sensory experiences, ect. and i start reading through it all. as i read i start adding things to my info dump. things like key terms, quotes, facts:

nativism
key term
key term
quote
fact sentence 

empiricism
key term
key term
quote
fact sentence

and when i go to a new tab, i put a break in the line and add the website before adding the terms and quotes from that page.

nativism
key term
key term
quote
fact sentence

website
key term
fact, fact, fact

website
key term
fact, fact, fact

empiricism
key term
key term
quote
fact sentence

website
key term
fact, fact, fact

website
key term
fact, fact, fact

i literally just copy and paste fact or idea that i like and may want to use into the info dump doc. that way, when i want to go back and dig deeper i have the website and the exact phrasing, so that i can just ctrl+f it and go from there. and if i have a though or idea of my own from reading something, i add it in bolded parentheses.

this method really helps me. i get to browse over the info first, so that’s an extra bit of intake, and it keeps me from feeling so overwhelmed when i actually get to the paper. the meat of what i want to write is already there, i just have to cook it. 

i hope this helped even one person! keep it up guys, i know you can do it!

(ps, teachers still don’t accept wikipedia as a valid source, that’s why you go back and use the sites wikipedia cites at the end of each article.)

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