LET’S GO TO THE MOVIES WITH AMOST ANTICIPATED ADVENTURE

LET’S GO SEE A MOVIE!!!!
I HEAR THERE IS A THEATER NEARBY THAT HAS BALCONIES WITH SOFA SEATING…MAKING OUT IN THAT ENVIROMENT WOULD BE SOME NAUGHY FUN

PLUS WE GET TO SEE THIS BEAUTY

AND IT’S GARUNTEED THAT YOU’LL GET LUCKY AFTER THE SHOW!!!!

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Star Wars: Episode VII
PG-13 2015 ‧ Fantasy/Science fiction film ‧ 2h 16m
Watch trailer
 Starwars.com
Thirty years after defeating the Galactic Empire, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and his allies face a new threat from the evil Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and his army of Stormtroopers.
Release date: December 18, 2015 (USA)
Harrison Ford (Han Solo)

Harrison Ford

Han Solo
Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker)

Mark Hamill

Luke Skywalker
Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia)

Carrie Fisher

Princess Leia
Oscar Isaac (Poe Dameron)

Oscar Isaac

Poe Dameron

 

My Anti Bully Project

013BOOK AN HOUR WITH ME AND PUT DOWN A DEPOSIT AND I’LL GIVE A DONATION TO THE http://www.thebullyproject.com/ JUST SAY BULLY PROJECT AND IT’S DONE

 

HERE IS:

MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
When we started, our primary goal was to educate kids, and we aimed our materials at teaching them the lessons of the film. But we soon realized that we were missing a bigger opportunity to impact the adults in the school community. With the guidance of our partners, we looked for the most effective prevention strategies; we asked ourselves what we could deliver at scale that could make a difference?

The outcome of that work was a commitment to an educational reform approach known as Social and Emotional Learning (SEL). SEL is about building trusting relationships within a school, teaching empathy, and ensuring that every student (even in a large school) has one adult they are connected to and can trust when they have a problem. It’s about building student leadership and embracing new types of discipline, and about creating public accountability around these issues. But it has also traditionally been a confusing and tough sell.

So our new task was to leverage the power of BULLY to move hearts and minds in the direction of SEL. In its first wave, over 250,000 students saw BULLY in movie theatres across North America!

Now our educator’s DVD and tool kit has become the vehicle: with a distinct “You can do it!” attitude and a universally affordable price of $35.00, it encourages purchasers to get on a roadmap to creating change in schools. We moved from a focus on teaching the lessons of the film to kids to curating a broader user experience aimed at adults first, and built on the premise that anyone in a school community can be the change maker. This theory of change is critical to understanding our 1 million kinds campaign. Today – with your help – The BULLY Project has surpassed its initial goal of 1 Million Kids. We have now reached over 3.6 million kids in over 3,000 cities and 7 countries, and that number is continually rising. 3.6 million represents 25% of all secondary students in the United States, but we know that can do better: As a result we’ve increased our goal to reach 10 Million Kids!

WHY I STARTED THIS CAMPAIGN AND STARTED THIS SPECIAL

(NOTE THE ORIGINAL POST IS DATED JUNE 7 2015 ON http://www.bunnyranch.com/forum/index.php?threads/facts-about-sable.19533/page-3)

Today I’m going to tell you about a very, very special person in my life (WARNING there is nothing sexual about this one but IT IS FOR ALL MY FELLOW GEEKS AND NERDS).http://www.thebullyproject.com/
When I was young ’round ’bout 12 years of age the eye doc diagnosed a desperate need for glasses. Let’s face it, this little Sable is blind BLIND BLIND without glasses or contacts. Unfortunately, when the very first pair of glasses was made for me they were not made out of the latest and greatest polymer materials we have today. I DID NOT look sexy or smart or even adorable. I looked like I had Coke Bottle bottoms over my eyes.Gawd they were atrocious! Now remembering that I was a budding teen I had the WONDERFUL (insert dripping sarcasm here) experience of wearing those “glasses” to school for an entire week. My fellow student were not kind. I got harassed, ridiculed, and bullied. I was miserable.

Now My parents have worked in Aerospace for my whole life at the time we were living in CA., and they worked at the largest private FBO in the state. It was in Van Nuyes/Burbank. It was called Pioneer Avaiation. My step-father(DAD he raised me) ran the Auto-pilot shop and my Mom ran the flight desk. Now me and my siblings are all very rambunctious, and I’m being kind here. Instead of worring whether they would come home to a house fire or us kids having slaughtered each other the folks took us to work with them on the weekends and during scool breaks. We got put to work filing, sweeping, doing windows, basically in busy work that coud be found to keep us out of trouble.

Thing about Pioneer because of it’s location there were a lot of Celebrities, and I do mean a LOT, that used the FBO as a place to keep and repair their aircraft. Besides my Dad is really Really good at what he does.

So I had had REALLY bad week. I am a very very stubborn girl always have been and so is my MOM. That weekend was not going well. I was acting out and really being a shite and mom was ready to throttle me. She was beyond frustrated. I got into something I shouldn’t have and she parked my ass behind the flight desk with instructions that if I moved I was dead. Boy I was upset I was muttering under my breath an really just making it worse cause she was gonna kill me if one more smart-assed comment left my lips. Right at that moment A customer/client came to the flight desk to pay his bill and take his plane out for the day. That customer was Leonard Nimoy. He knew my folks. My dad kept his plane in the air and my Mom took care of the things he needed done for his trips. He had over heard that last confrontation and asked my mom what the ruckus was all about. She told him. He asked if he could take me for a walk and a talk. Mom said sure then turned to me and very very quietly told be to BEHAVE or she WOULD KILL me. Now this whole time I had been sitting with my head down crying so I only heard the conversation, it hadn’t registered who she was talking to.

What I saw was this jean clad pair of legs walk into my line of vision. Then the person squatted down to eye level and tilted my face up and asked if I knew who he was. AT that moment the thought train had derailed, there were no survivors,and the body bags littered the ground. This was SPOCK, MY HERO, TALKING TO ME. What came out of my mouth was the yes I did know who he was. He said mom had said I could go for a walk with him, and he wanted to know if I wanted too. What I said was yes please. What I was thinking was DUH PLEASE DONT ACT LIKE DONT BE A DORK DONT BE A DORK AROUND SPOCK!!!! I got up took his hand and we went for a walk. Basics of the coversation were what was wrong with me. In a nutshell I HATED THE GLASSES, I didn’t like being bullied and I was just unhappy in general. He asked me if I thought he was a dork. Response NO OF COURSE NOT he was SPOCK. He pointed out that the glasses on his face were even thicker than mine. They had never stopped him or slowed him down. He also said something that I have never ever forgotten. Kids have no more experience than one or the other. And strangers opinions can only impact you for the nano second they are in you space. The only opinons that count are the ones you make about yourself and those of the people who care about you.

We had a nice walk and talk went back to mom and Mr. Nimoy took me flying that afternoon. After that when he came to the shop if I was there we talked sometimes went for a flight and sometimes just waved. When Pioneer changed hands and the folks went on to other job oppurtunities those days stopped. Recently we had a StarCon in Tulsa OK and before he passed Mr. Nimoy was on one of the guests. I was one of the people putting that Convention together and as luck would have it my friends in Tusa know this story so they set it up that for that weekend for me to be his Guide. It was a very cool reunion for Himself and my whole family. It was also just befor his passing. It has become a treasured weekend in my mind.

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