The video begins humorously as Anthony Carbajal, a photographer, dresses up in a neon bikini top and soaps up a car before being doused with ice water. 

So watch the full video here and laugh out loud at the first half and then get ready to tear up in the second half. 

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there’s now a doctor who porn parody which i think appeals to some of your interests

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For years mental health professionals taught people that they could be psychologically healthy without social support, that “unless you love yourself, no one else will love you.”…The truth is, you cannot love yourself unless you have been loved and are loved. The capacity to love cannot be built in isolation

Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. — “The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog”

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Check out my hair growth progress! 💁

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I keep thinking about Bartimaeus recently of what happens after. particularly about Kitty and Bart changing the world together in Ptolemy and Nathaniel’s memory.

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The thing I miss most about college is the free access to JSTOR.

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    Honeyed Greek yogurt with homemade flax granola and watermelon. Mmmm…

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    He picked up the rusting Handles which flickered into life; ‘Hello,Sweetie’ it said, using the phrase River Song usually emplyed to greet the Doctor. ‘Don’t call me sweetie,’ said the old Time Lord. ‘It is your preferred form of address,’ stated the Cyberhead. ‘If you’re a hot space lady,’ replied the Doctor. ‘You’re a metal head, how’s that going to work?’ ‘Spoilers’ responded Handles, using another of River’s phrases. ‘Stop it,’ said the Doctor.
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    Hahah rob a bank— where’s Rosa when I need her?
    I am seriously thinking of trying to crowd source. As of now the plan is work my ass off at as many jobs as i can get/beg rich great uncle for alms.
    It doesn’t have to be six months but ~backstory time~
    I graduated from georgia tech last December with a degree in international affairs and French. I was told, like most girls, that I was a words person not a math person.
    By junior year I realized I wouldn’t be a competitive hire in international affairs, not least bc of the anxiety I struggle with and the fact most INTA careers are heavy on social interaction.
    Senior year I took the requisite computer science classes that id put off out of fear and LOVED them. Also aced them. It’s like a language but I don’t??? Have to talk!!! To people!! I also took a course about Democracy and the Internet and did a project in conjunction with CS students where we made prescriptions for/built a mock up site for a crowd sourced election monitoring system to help with elections in Nigeria. It wasn’t completely finished but I realized I was way more interested in CS than the major I’d spent four years and 30k on.
    Flash forward to yesterday, I find out there’s a three month intensive CS program which is linked to a lot of major Silicon Valley businesses that’s focused on teaching an exclusively female cohort enough information to be hired as a junior developer. The cost is 15k, but there are a few need based scholarships, and if I did it I have a very good chance of being hired— and with a salary which would help me recoup the investment and pay my student loans much more rapidly. While I could presumably teach myself (and I have a little) this program would demonstrate proficiency to prospective companies, give me a community of women to work alongside and support (also working in teams is a large part of industry work) and also give me connections to find jobs.
    The best part is I’m interested in getting a masters eventually, likely researching either computing as a tool of development or computing education for children. And a lot of programs don’t require a degree just demonstrated proficiency.
    The thing is this is something I want so badly that I, a conscientious objector, was contemplating joining the military if they would foot the bill for a second degree. That I could reach my goals without compromising that part of me is really heartening.
    The plan I had previously would take about six years so I am so excited there’s a program out there for women like me that were funneled into liberal arts??? 

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