They’re the same fucking people who want to take inappropriate, untrained and usually fake emotional support animals everywhere. People who actually have a trained support animal do not generally have a big flashy animal and want to wave it in your face. Just like people who actually have a condition that would make… Read more
I suspect that keeping half the existing cast while introducing just as many new POV characters was maybe his great mistake. He’s now not only juggling even more characters, but also having to pick and choose whose eyes we see major events from as all the plot threads weave together.
Well, for one... A few years ago I went with my whole dad’s side of the family to Disneyworld and there’s a German restaurant in Epcot called the Beer Garten. The inside of the restaurant consists of a big perfectly-lit black dome, beautifully-decorated facades, and a few other things that make you feel like you’re… Read more
I would gently encourage you to read the literature - there’s lots of it, much of it widely available - about the importance of stories for children, the lifelong effect they can have, and why millennials in particular have clung to their childhood stories in a way that makes a great deal of psychological sense. Read more
Too bad she didn’t consider this as a possibility when she
ordered her new handbag from the store adopted a human being who she agreed to care of into its adulthood. I’m sure her next purchase whatever you want to call this transaction will go much more smoothly!
Autism parent here. You don’t “rehome” any child ever. If you are such a fucked up human being you do something like that, then you should never be allowed to adopt.
This is a perfect opportunity to really call out the fuckary that happens in over-seas adoptions - specifically adopting children of color by white… Read more
WRT the original marshmallow experiment, it’s been shown that kids from low-income households do worse not because they innately lack self-control but because they’ve learned that resources may not be there if you wait. Kids from high-income households, where food is reliably available, know that resources (like… Read more