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Theatre kid culture is having multiple bootlegs of the same show and comparing which one is best to find your go-to bootleg

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“Bill. We love you, truly. So much. But nobody, and I say this with all the compassion and truth in my heart — nobody will ever publish this.
Professor Marston & the Wonder Women, dir. Angela Robinson (2017)

10

“They said go to LA and the Duffer brothers would want to meet you so I went and there was two other boys. There was Finn and there was this other boy. And you know, I had a great connection with the other boy but I really felt something with Finn. I think Finn and I have a fantastic bond that you really can’t find anywhere else. I’m grateful that we have a great relationship because I mean, I don’t want to be kissing someone that I don’t really like. I think Finn and I have a great bond and I’m really thankful for that.”

me: *in class*

mind: hey you know what’s better than math??

me: oh please god n-

mind: oooOOOH oN tHE oUTsIdE alwAYs LoOKIng In WiLL I aM an IsLanDEr I’M An isLanDer I am an ISLANDER wATCH Me aS I wALk aWAY I bbbEEEEEENNNNDDDD and snAP EVERYONE GIVE IT UP FOR AMERICAS FAVORITE FIGHTING fREnChMen welCoMe tO mAh CanDy StoooOOOOORRREEEE and it’s HARD iT’S HARD IT’S rEaLLY ReALly HAAAAARRRRRDDDDDD iF I wIN ThE LoTTErY yOU’Ll NeeeeeEEEEvAA SEE Me Agaaainnnnnn sO IF yOu CaRE TO FIND MEEEEE lOOK tO the WESTERN skKKKYYYYY aINT iT A FIIIINE LIFE cArrYinG tHE BaNNeR I belieeEEEEVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE thaT ThE lORd GOd CrEAtED THEEE bathroom michael in the bathroom at a pararty. 

…the book Pidge uses to study in the flashback confuses me a lot. First of all, the two pages are exactly the same:

Second of all, the math is wrong?? ???? 

₀∫ 1cos(x) dx = sin - 2x      ?? ?!??!? NONONONONO

₀∫ 1cos(x) dx = ₀[sin(x)] = sin(2π) - sin(0) = 0 - 0 = 0      yes,,,

And then this thing:

WP = √(sin²(θ))      = (sin²(θ))½ = sin(θ) 

Which. What the fuck. Assuming we’re looking at physics equations here and that W = work and P = power, the formula should look like this: P = W/t. Simple. The angle is throwing me for a loop, if W & P stand for what they usually stand for it doesn’t matter.

As for the sketch at the end, I’m not even sure what it’s supposed to show…

Me @ dreamworks: