Push is a 2009 Sci-Fi thriller that you probably have never heard of. I had never heard of it and I’d had even seen the terrible “What’s Your Number?” piece of crap just because it starred Chris Evans (he makes my vagina flutter). The movie is entirely based in Hong Kong in a world where psychically gifted “mutants” are being chased down and captured by the US Government to perform experiments on in the hopes of harnessing their power for military purposes. The mutants who chase down the renegade mutants are part of a governmental group called Division. Sound familiar? I should hope so. This is basically an entire sub-plot of the X-men comics. The only difference is that instead of there being like 5,000,000 kinds of mutant powers there are only 9. So what are these gifts?
"Ah…I don’t think this shirt will hold my breasts…."
"Well, of course not, Saeko. This fabric is much too thin and weak to give any form of support and it the stitching you’ve done on it is horrendous. Why don’t you overlay it on some canvas and then accentuate the fabric’s features with some of this beautiful chartreuse you’ve picked out over here?"
My fiance went out to dinner with his two besties from high school that he hadn’t hung-out with in a year. They are both white, male, and libertarian/republican. When he came home he said, “Ugh they are so patronizing when they talk about politics. It’s like all they care about are themselves and when I would point out why their reasoning was wrong because they themselves are highly privileged people they would pat me on the head and call me a good boy like I was some sort of idiot.”
I rubbed my hands together and cackled. I had converted yet another white, male to the darkside. My plan was almost complete. Soon I would trick him into raising feminist boys and THEN! (then!) THE WORLD WILL BE MINE!
Its so hard to rank pop stars in terms of dance cause theres so much criteria for example Ciara’s technique is better than Beyoncé’s but in terms of presence falls short but no matter which way you cut it Tina or Janet always comes out on top
Tina Turner has those amazing legs and her stage presence is undeniable but I really don’t think anyone can beat Janet in terms of the triad of dance versatility, stage presence, and energy.