Category Archives: Film and TV

Ruby Rose and a whole lot of gender role fun

Great fun photos : http://www.featureshoot.com/2015/03/photographer-creates-intimate-portraits-of-her-gender-bending-friends/

 
Books, books, books!
 
 
Wonderful signs!

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The insane glue commercial and the rationale behind it


http://www.papermag.com/2015/02/loctite_commercial_tim_and_eric.php

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Come for the commotion, stay for the emotion : Starred Up


Finally a movie worth seeing, especially as it stars Cookie from “Skins”!

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Nothing compares to Sinead O’Connor

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Run the Jools

Oh Mr.Holland, what we do without you?

“Misbehavin’ ” by Labrinth

“Let it be” by Labrinth

“Therapy” by Mary J.Blige

“Right Now” by Mary J.Blige

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Reggae Shark from the Key of Awesome

Just discovered Reggae Shark and The Key of Awesome (thanks to UCSA)!!

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How to own a Hilux and how to remember stuff

I’m a sucker for anything that makes fun of gender stereotyping (there really are no women in this ad.!) and there are so many in the latest Toyota spot I had to watch it over and over to catch them all. Love the ending too.

And an excellent description of the differences between short-term memory, working memory and long-term memory, with teaching hints for all three:

http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/oct14/vol72/num02/Which-Strategy-Works-Best%C2%A2.aspx

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