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  1. One thing that is always striking when you think about it is how little time Luke and Leia spend together. Even more than that how many meaningful conversations they ever have. I'm pretty sure its really only when Luke tells her he is her brother and all that in Jedi. Think about it: Star Wars: They don;t meet till halfway through. Then most of their time they are running around and its really more about her banter with Han than anything with Luke. She puts a blanket over him for 10 seconds on the Falcon. They have a quick talk on Yavin, but again thats about Han leaving. Empire Stri
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  2. Yeah, I think all you said is true. Plus I think the characters are just so likeable to the audience its like "well I love them all so much, they must love each other." JJ does a good job with this kind of thing in his ST movies. Eventhough they don't spend much time together we really get the feeling of how much Han means to Rey. Then in TROS eventhough they only met in the last scene of TLJ when early in the movie Rey and Poe bicker about the Falcon we definitely get the sense of like "wow they are close enough to bicker like this and it don't affect their friendship." Also in TLJ when Rey a
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  3. I’m sure it’s similar in different areas of Ohio, but ours is different because we’re in a private school.
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  4. It’s how well they sell things in ESB, making you feel like between movies they got closer. There’s also a bit of reverse trickery. By the end of the movie you know Han and leia are in love. Leia’s concern when they shut the shield doors in act one is something you think back on, (or watch again), as a powerful moment. You know now why she’s concerned for Han, but Luke is included by association. That moment sells her care for both of them.
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  5. Normal and with glitch.
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  6. Without trying to trivialise anything, I just totally thought if Michael Douglass in Falling Down reading that.
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  7. Yeah, they're a student aid/teacher aid for kids with special needs. Sometimes they are assigned 1:1 to a child, our district always assigns 2 to a self-contained classroom, which is usually maxed out at 10 kids, and my son usually only has 7-8 kids in his class. Because of COVID, 3 of the 4 paraeducators wanted to be in-person and one wanted to stay remote. So they moved a few 2nd graders to the remote classroom and gave them 1 paraeducator, and the other 3 returned to help the teacher with 9 kids and she had to take on grades 1-5 (6 kids in grades 1-2 came in 2 days,3 kids in 3-5 came in the
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  8. It's my 4th week on the job, and I'm loving it. I especially love working from home on my own schedule and not being micromanaged.
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  9. Oh yeah I have to have coffee to wake my tired ass up, and some meds that numb me out so I can continue to keep my job without flipping out.
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  10. My oldest son and his wife bought me the Legendary Edition for Father’s Day. I have to admit even tho I was like why no new Gen version, the game looks good. Walking around the Citadel is still a chore tho. If anyone is interested here’s my take on Bioware’s canon FemShep.
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  11. Race you to it. Bonus new kitten pic too
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