#characters write cover letters
Jaime: Cersei, how would you write ‘I want to be on the Kingsguard so that I can be at court, fucking my sister,’ without saying any of that?
Jaime: I’d ask Tyrion, but he just keeps making bad puns
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Every time you write a sentence of a text post on tumblr, you have to write a sentence of your cover letter. Do it.
Well, then. I’m really behind on my tumblr posts.
But I have to write the first paragraph of the cover letter. At least I got the rest of it done.
*writes two sentences of a cover letter*
'All right. Let's bag 'em and tag 'em”
I have half the mind to write cover letters as if from the points of view of my favorite characters.
But that would take precious time away from writing the real cover letters that I am currently procrastinating from doing.
I’ve gotta do two loads of laundry, feed myself, write cover levers and watch Hannibal tonight.
And crap, I’ve already missed SHIELD.
It’s gonna be a rough night
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Lexus develops a three-dimensional loom for carbon-fiber parts (x)
I’m gonna dork out a bit here because like, holy damn, imagine being one of the engineers working on this and seeing it finally come together and start working, slowly churning out carbon-fiber, like, “holy shit”
"The report also breaks down in grim detail how women characters are more likely to be younger; more likely to be deprived of an occupation, goal, or leadership position; and less likely to be in any sort of leadership position. But perhaps the most upsetting revelation of the study is—much like the numbers of women working behind the scenes—the number of women represented on screen is actually *worse* than it was about 10 years ago. In 2002, 16 percent of characters in mainstream films were female."