She was a candidate to be the first Teacher in Space aboard the Challenger Shuttle; she and her class watched the vehicle explode after liftoff.
splurt! I really need to finish off these spider-man boxes. http://ift.tt/1ARHsDB
Rich is having none of that new-fangled quote-unquote “”spaghetti webbing.””
Continuity During the big fight, the arena is clearly empty at times. This is because only 50 extras could be afforded for the scenes, and despite cinematographer James Crabe’s best efforts to hide this fact, occasional, if one looks hard enough, one can see most of the arena is empty.
Image description: little boy surrounded by tiny fat Black and Tan puppies, hugging one close to his chest and saying, “don’t worry, everyone gets a turn. Hi buddy.” as he cradles and rocks one of the pups
I recommend watching this every day or so. As my daughter and I do.
Ralph is not a rule-follower like Lisa, nor a rule-breaker like Bart; Ralph does not observe the rules because he is almost completely unaware of them. More than any of the other students at Springfield Elementary, Ralph is a child. Bart and Lisa and Milhouse and Nelson and Janey are kids, and therein lies the difference.
Rocky (1976) - Goofs - IMDb
Can’t believe I only just noticed this tonight, but it’s really just completely glaring.
It looks like it was shot in a half-empty bar.
Ralph Wiggum’s Finest Moments
"Child" versus "kid."
Wow. I’d never really thought about that distinction before, so, when I read this today, it hit me like a ton of bricks.
My daughter is mostly still a child—not quite a kid—and a lot of stuff makes more sense if I keep that in mind.