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A malign influence. Hey Mary Sewers if not Daisy Ridley as Rey then who would you have preferred? It's a miracle ! I heard you the first time. What, a flower Lupin ? The trouble with the Starks. Ironic that this monster of a man should have been indirectly responsible for so much good. A prequel ! Popped ! " Dear child, the belonging you seek is not behind you, it is ahead. " View all posts >


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Death of a Lake by Arthur Upfield. Should have been ' The Bawsted '. From her Wiki page: <b>DiAngelo was born Robin Jeanne Taylor into a working-class family in San Jose, California, the youngest of three daughters born to Robert Z. Taylor and Maryanne Jeanne DiAngelo. Her parents divorced when she was two and the family fell into poverty. When DiAngelo was ten years old her mother died of cancer, after which time she and her sisters went to live with their father.</b> I would suggest she was traumatised by her childhood and that her hostility towards white people stems from being abandoned by her white father to a life of poverty and then the subsequent death of her mother. She has renounced her father's name ( Taylor ) and is out for revenge. <b>Your lack of understanding of the issue is a sign of fragility and privilege. To deny white fragility is to affirm it.</b> A case of circular "reasoning" where the premise of the argument is "proven" as a "fact" by simply repeating it without a shred of evidence to support it. If you got that line from DiAngelo's book then she is either an idiot or she is selling snake oil. Edit From her Wiki page: <b>DiAngelo was born Robin Jeanne Taylor into a working-class family in San Jose, California, the youngest of three daughters born to Robert Z. Taylor and Maryanne Jeanne DiAngelo. Her parents divorced when she was two and the family fell into poverty. When DiAngelo was ten years old her mother died of cancer, after which time she and her sisters went to live with their father.</b> I would suggest she was traumatised by her childhood and that her hostility towards white people stems from being abandoned by her white father to a life of poverty and then the subsequent death of her mother. She renounced her father's name ( Taylor ) and is out for revenge. Same sideways sock puppet stooge. <b>There are better lines in Star Wars.</b> Well I'm still waiting to see you quote them then because that collection does nothing for me. Yes Saoirse Ronan's Rey would have been a softer, less in your face version than Daisy Ridley's Rey I think. Maybe that's why they didn't go with her. They loved her so much they should have been Mary Sued. This week I have started rewatching ' Upstairs, Downstairs ' (1971-75) It's a show about the goings on at 165 Eaton Place in Belgravia, London from the early 1900's. Both with the rich Bellamy's living in luxury upstairs and their servants working in less grand surroundings downstairs. I'm still on season one and am seven episodes in. It's a quality show and still holds up although some of the social mores are undeniably out of date and silly or quaint to modern sensibilities. Eddie Redmayne. He can single-handedly ruin a production. View all replies >