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It's just a running gag throughout the movie, akin to "That's what she said!". However, since it's considered a "Family Movie", they had to stay within certain boundaries. The older kids/parents tend to do the translation in their heads, and the younger kids just find it silly.


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So I found this gem of an answer from Quora by the user Mills Baker: One of the means by which Bret Easton Ellis undermines the plausibility of Patrick Bateman's crimes is the incredible incompetence with which he has Bateman handle nearly every interaction.* It's vital for the ambiguity of the story that the viewer / reader come naturally to ...


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Some parents have concerns about the amount of mucus created when their children drink milk, and its affects on the child's asthma. There's an article from the Canadian Family Physician Journal that directly addresses this question: Many parents of children with asthma are becoming increasingly reluctant to add milk to their children’s diet because they ...


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Maybe it's a joke because "Is milk good or bad for you?" is question open for polemic like many other food products. If you aren't allergic milk can only help, but if you are, like 2% of children then it's bad for you. A recent study published in the medical journal Thorax suggests that full fat milk and butter might be the key to preventing asthma. In a ...


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X-post from chinese.stackexchange - courtesy of Andrew Martin, Lei Chen, and with help from Jordan McBride The dialog says: "随着神秘的Rainmaker在中西部的暴乱事件中继续他的帮派战争, ..." My translation is : "As the mysterious Rainmaker continues his gang war in the Midwest, ..."


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Beth was walking away w/ her group til Dawn made the last minute demand for Noah. Just before Dawn does that, she turns slightly to her officers and then speaks. Her sociopathic control was at risk. She was all about maintaining her power and could not let herself appear weak in front of the others. It was who she was was at her core. Beth finally "got ...


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I think she meant "she gets it" in the post apocalyptic world they live in, you will die, and its how you choose to live, and decisions made while alive, that's most important. I think she realizes Dawn takes this from all those she "shelters" there, and i think she also realizes its her time to contribute by making a hard decision and acting on the behalf ...


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I believe Beth trusted Dawn. Not completely because- well how could you in that world. I think from 0%-100% Beth had around 25-30% trust for Dawn but was ready for whenever Dawn struck. I think that's also part of the reason why she packed a pair of scissors in her cast. Something-ANYTHING could have happened when Rick+the group came and Beth wasn't going to ...


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The question he was asked was a trap, any simple answer he gave would get him in trouble. If he answered anywhere but Mongolia then he would offend his hosts. But answering Mongolia would be seen as spineless flattery. Instead he deflected the question and answered by saying "The true sweetness of wine is one flavor". This means that while there may be ...



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