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    [–] LPT: for those of you going to college for the first time this month: GO TO CLASS! No matter how hungover, tired, or busy you may be, being present is the most important factor in succeeding in your first year as you adjust to living independently. Missing class is a slippery slope to failing out. mynameisnothannah 1 points ago in LifeProTips

    Cannot second this enough. Being prepared for class and going to it on time, every time really makes you stand out to your professors which is SUPER helpful once you get into a major.

    Also, remember that your relationships with your professors will be MUCH different than with your school teachers. Many professors treat their lessons like conversations and provide collaborative spaces where they work with you and your peers. On the other hand, other than the satisfaction of a student well -taught, your professor doesn't have much to lose if you don't show up to and/or fail their class. Waiting until the end of the semester to show you care isn't going to do much for you.

    Bottom line: You get back what you put in.

    [–] [Spoilers S03E12] The Handmaid's Tale S03E12 - "Sacrifice" - Episode Discussion mynameisnothannah 45 points ago in TheHandmaidsTale

    This is probably going to be a big part of the finale, most likely to Luke's dismay.

    Also, let's say Fred is going to use this stuff to his advantage (somehow?) in his trial, which has me thinking about the what kind of representation Canada will gove to an alleged war criminal?

    [–] [Spoilers S03E12] The Handmaid's Tale S03E12 - "Sacrifice" - Episode Discussion mynameisnothannah 56 points ago in TheHandmaidsTale

    Ugh blessed be the foreshadow. Notice that June is pointing the gun at Eleanor in the start of the episode, then she is the one that sees her to her death at the end.

    We all have our feelings about the plot this season but we gotta give it up for the writers when it comes to using these kinds of tactics.

    [–] [Spoilers S03E12] The Handmaid's Tale S03E12 - "Sacrifice" - Episode Discussion mynameisnothannah 29 points ago in TheHandmaidsTale

    Luke said to Fred, "I know what you've done, it's all in here." But Luke didn't leave with it, as he was being dragged out.

    [–] [Spoilers S03E12] The Handmaid's Tale S03E12 - "Sacrifice" - Episode Discussion mynameisnothannah 24 points ago in TheHandmaidsTale

    (~29 minutes) When Luke walked in to Waterford's room, he brought a folder saying, "I know what you've done, it's all in here". Luke didn't take it with him when he was dragged out.

    The writers brought the attention to the folder when Luke and Moira went through security, too.

    [–] [Spoilers S03E12] The Handmaid's Tale S03E12 - "Sacrifice" - Episode Discussion mynameisnothannah 584 points ago in TheHandmaidsTale

    All I will be thinking until next Wednesday: Luke left the folder. Luke left the folder. Luke left the folder.

    [–] A time lapse I made at work last week to quickly show how to make cinnamon rolls mynameisnothannah 0 points ago in Baking

    I guess the only difference is that this product is going out to a crowd of people, while the food on cooking shows is presented to a panel of judges. For mass consumption, especially when you have a number on your store window that tells your consumers how sanitary they can expect your store to be, I think gloves are the way to go.

    [–] A time lapse I made at work last week to quickly show how to make cinnamon rolls mynameisnothannah -1 points ago in Baking

    I come from a chain-restaurant background and while the rolls look delicious, all I could think was "girl put on gloves"

    [–] Traditional soap production in Palestine. mynameisnothannah 1 points ago in interestingasfuck

    Read that as "soup" the first time. Kinda wish it was...

    [–] Building Classroom Library mynameisnothannah 2 points ago in suggestmeabook

    Thanks for the explanation of each book. I'll add them to the list!

    [–] Building Classroom Library mynameisnothannah 2 points ago in suggestmeabook

    Great choices! I'll add them to the list!

    [–] Building Classroom Library mynameisnothannah 1 points ago in suggestmeabook

    I've never heard of these! I'll check them out. Thank you!

    [–] Building Classroom Library mynameisnothannah 1 points ago in suggestmeabook

    I'll check it out! I'm glad you had books that kept your fire for reading going!

    [–] [No Spoilers] My drawing of June mynameisnothannah 297 points ago in TheHandmaidsTale

    Omg its like June and Janine had a love child. Great job!

    [–] Building Classroom Library mynameisnothannah 1 points ago in suggestmeabook

    I love Fun Home, plus, graphic novels are such a great option for some kids. I'll look into the others, too. Thanks for the recommendations!

    [–] Building Classroom Library mynameisnothannah 1 points ago in suggestmeabook

    These are all great. I'll add them to my list!

    [–] Building Classroom Library mynameisnothannah 1 points ago in suggestmeabook

    Thank you for the recommendations! My local used bookstore will see plenty of me when the time comes to collect these books. I'll check out Heinlein's novel! Thank you :)