That mop has fabulous hair
this is my favorite thing today.
Can someone clever explain this? Because I understand but I don’t know how to explain. Say something about the fact that this room was where Elsa started hidding her true self and where Hans stopped hidding his true self. And it was also the room where Elsa was preparing herself to be queen and where Hans is preparing himself to be king (the king’s picture is behind them)
Probably someone has already done this, but still.
NO WAY D8*SUMMONS FINDSOMETHINGTOFIGHTFOR SO SHE CAN GIVE BRILLIANT ANALYSIS*
You guys are the best (and give me far too much credit). I don’t know how much more I can add because I think disney-rapunzel-merida-vanellope had perfect commentary. This is something I never noticed. How Hans shows his true self in the same room Elsa worked so hard to hide herself. They also start the scene wearing gloves, take them off during the scene, and then put them back on, both intent on keeping up their facade. Elsa leaves the room reluctantly getting herself ready to ascend the throne. Whereas Hans leaves the room with a vicious intent on getting the throne no matter what.
Elsa finally opens the door, and Hans slams it shut.
Correcting Internet DisInformation: The American Space Pen / The Russian Pencil
thank you for this.
And then from his initial investment of >$1,000,000, the Fisher Pen Co. was able to make a lot of money and grow the overall size of the U.S. economy and create lots of jobs.
So essentially a story that is supposed to be about government inefficiency turns out to be a story about how the U.S. government worked with a private company to make space travel safer while also stimulating economic growth.
The moral of the story is not that the Soviet Union was more efficient. The moral of the story is that by failing to allow private investment in innovation, the Soviet Union was doomed.
Incidentally, Paul Fisher, who invented the Fisher space pen, was a fascinating guy. He had this plan to eliminate income and property taxes with a progressive asset tax and even ran for President. And the Fisher Space Pen Co. is still a going concern, still employing people, and still generating a return on Fisher’s million-dollar investment.
1. The best way to know when your asparagus is done is when you’re bored and don’t want to wait to eat it.
2. Breast cancer is a made of suck disease that attacks one of my very favourite organs of ladies.
3. Albert Einstien was a Physicist. Not a quotation…