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Also about movies+209It's kind of weird that a PS3, it's primary function being playing games rather than movies, is better at playing Blu-Ray movies that an actual Blu-Ray player made only to perform that function. amirite?
Also about badass+65The best part of Cloverfield was when the monster thing swiped that helicopter out of the air with it's badass triple-teen jointed arm all badass-like, amirite?
Also about recognize, movies, mess, explain, vibe, wolverine, major badasses greet, nod means, and magneto+509When major badasses greet each other in movies, they don't say anything, they just nod. The nod means, 'I' am a badass, and I recognize that you, too, are a badass,' but they don't say anything because they're Wolverine and Magneto and it would mess up their vibe to explain, amirite?
Also about movies and greet+146Whenever you see an acquaintance somewhere like at a coffee place or in line at the movies, you're not sure whether you should greet them or just ignore their existence in case they don't remember you, amirite?
Also about movies-60The Disney Stars Wars movies are simply nothing more than feminist propaganda being pushed on a clueless generation that believes the movies must be great simply because it’s Star War when in reality they truly suck, amirite?
Also about explain+100Some people explain things too thoroughly, leaving you feeling as though they take you for a fool whereas some people explain things without enough depth so that you end up being just as confused if not more so than before. You definitely prefer the former in a practical way and an emotional way because you know that you'll just be taken as a fool anyway when you ask them to explain it again, in short, we should all strive to be more descriptive and in depth, amirite?
Also about major and means+64As a former language teacher, I submit that in order to insure a better foreign and second language learning. it is more fruitfull and rewarding to have an intrinsic motivation (love of foreign language, its sounds, its musicality,its rythm or its syntax, i,e, learning the language for its affective and intellectual value) than to have an instrumental motivation (learn a language to get a degree , a promotion or for multiple purposes external to the language itself, as a means for an extenal goal). Do you think that affectivity does play a major role in foreign or second language learning? amirite?