I put forward that it is in Vincent Diesel’s seminal work .... The Pacifier.
That movie has a subplot where Diesel’s Shane Wolfe believes on of the children he’s babysitting/protecting is a Nazi.
This movie is aimed at children and they have a plot-line about believing a 14 year old boy is a Neo-Nazi.
And then it turns out he’s just auditioned to be in a musical where he’ll be playing a Nazi. (Spoilers)
So, yeah, that’s my answer .... what’s yours?
Edit: because I’ve noticed a few people making this mistake .... I don’t mean bad movies or movies with bad overall plots. Just sub-plots. If you don’t know what those are .... this post isn’t for you.
Edit 2: also, only interested in movies, not tv shows.
Edit 3: just naming a film isn’t very helpful. You gotta elaborate.
Edit 4: we get it, y’all don’t like The Last Jedi.
Edit: a third of your life sleeping, nicely pointed out to me by the dozens of comments.
The usual, TL;DR at bottom, on mobile yada yada.
I am a social worker with a moderate sized nonprofit compared to the city we are in. We serve individuals with disabilities in a variety including on site and in the community.
About a year and a half ago, our exec director retired after 15ish years. They were an awesome person, but due to age and some health problems, had kind of checked out or running the organization. The new director came from a much larger for profit organization, and seemed to feel that money is king, and the only way to be respected is to be feared. She was a Monster in every sense of the word.
Now, being a nonprofit, our pay isn't fantastic, and the benefits aren't stellar, but the one thing they were good at was the vacation roll-over. We were allowed to keep 200 hours of roll-over, and while it took some time to build up, those of us that had been there a while tried keeping our hours somewhere around there (this is our vacation and sick time put together). New director decides that our entire vacation policy is too generous, and 1, cuts our accrual rate (I personally lost almost 2 full weeks a year), and the major kicker, tells us we can only keep 80 hours of roll-over.
Again, I get it, COVID hit us hard, everyone has to be expected to make some cuts somewhere, but see, the problem is, she told everyone this the first week of October, and we had to be down to 80 by January 1st. Anything over 80 just goes away. We tried negotiating, we tried offering alternatives, we asked for exemptions by a few months. She would absolutely not hear it, and finally said the next person who asked about our PTO policy would be walked out of the building. So, my coworkers and I came up with a plan.
Enter the compliance. I will admit, this only worked because the rest of our administration team felt the director was horrible, and Also lost their PTO time too. We All put in for vacation at the same time. Even those that really didn't need to because they were closer to 80 hours anyway. We literally had 85% of our staff off for weeks at a time. We worked it out amongst ourselves that we had just enough staff to ensure work was done to keep us compliant with the state, but anything above and beyond that ground to a halt. I also need to clarify that we are Not an emergency service, so the clients we serve did not lose our on essential supports.
Well, our board meeting comes around in December, and the new director has to try and explain why there wa... keep reading on reddit ➡
A German law professor once told me women can lie and say no to that question, since it is illegal. Because if you refuse to answer you kinda tip them off that that is a sensitive topic and you are possibly thinking about it.
So just say no, what are they gonna do? If get hired and end up having kids, you clearly can't be legally held responsible for lying (haha imagine that), you get maternity leave and benefits (in most countries) and in terms of the relationship with you boss you just say: A miracle baby! An accident! You changed your mind!
Why YSK: Asking questions about family planning is illegal during job interviews. Women get asked about this a lot, leading to discriminatory hiring practises. Since answering this question can be tricky, just saying "no, I don't want kids in the near future /ever / I am focusing on my career right now/ I can't have children" is the optimal solution.
Whether or not he deserves to be the unanimous MVP is a debate to he had but this is something just crazy for us nuggets fans and something we'll probably never ever see again. Nikola Jokic take a bow you great man. Reach the second round without 3 of our best guards and you already Slightly overachieved this year
I think a lot of people probably have the same stupid questions or variations of the same questions. These questions may or may not have been asked or answered already and frankly it doesn't matter one way or the other. Finding the answer can be challenging - remember, most of our diet consists of 🖍🖍🖍.
What else are we going to do on Sundays anyway?
Here is my stupid question for the day, feel free to post yours, and hopefully those with wrinkles are kind enough to answer:
What makes the shorts actually have to cover naked shares? I understand if they borrowed them, that the lender comes knocking, but who holds naked shorters liable?
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Title says it all , I can’t tell you how often I see posts where people ask for advice ( for example a relationship) and even when it’s just a minor issue you see a bunch of comments saying “you should break up” , at this point it’s even an inside joke that redditors always say something along those lines.
Another great example is that people always advise getting therapy, I bet a large amount of money that most people who advise that, either have never gone to therapy or only recommend it because a bunch of others do that as well.
Spoiler alert , therapy is a magical solution that solves every problem and just because you’re in therapy it doesn’t have to mean you’ll actually get better. Reddit is a good place for advice if you’re looking for things unrelated to people, but most advice you see on Reddit regarding people, relationships etc is just plain terrible.
Edit : so it seems like most people on here either think Reddit is great at giving advise while others think it gives bad advise and is in general toxic ( there are also some other opinions but those to are the biggest camps ) . What I’m getting from this is that everyone has made a different experience on this site but it usually falls into one of the camps. Either thinking Reddit is great at giving advice or thinking it’s bad at giving advice.
Final edit : My view hasn’t changed , but I’m willing to accept the fact that Reddit can offer good / decent advice if you’re willing to mostly receive shitty advice. I’m also accepting that apparently smaller advice subreddits are better if you’re looking for advice. But I’m still standing by that Reddit overall is crappy at giving advice and people shouldn’t ask for advice here.
I grew up in (not US) but moved here over two decades ago. I realize that my 40 yo ducting just cannot handle the level of spices anymore. If I see authentic Indian cooking I devour it but more often I don't seem be able to handle this food day in and day out. I tone it down when I cook for family that's raised in the US. More often I don't even have the 15 different ingredients that are required to go into that spice mix. My mom or grandma never wrote down the recipes anyways. I'm always winging it. What I come up with is often yummy but no longer authentic. Funny thing is, if I make it authentic it just doesn't go well with my audience either.
If I was stuck with watching Fraiser, the movie Speed and Breaking Bad for the rest of my life I’d be okay with that.
Edit: wow so glad everyone enjoyed this post. Can’t wait to read all the comments. Enjoy your day an be beautiful and kind to each other. Thanks for the awards!