You helped me harness all these intangible ideas in my head and put them on paper.
In a business that usually takes a very impersonal approach, you instead make writing a college essay very much an intimate process, which will help me not only with my application but really in the whole business of life itself.
I hope that that this may make some people more aware of the issues autistics face.
I pass as a neurotypical (i.e., non-autistic) and no one in my professional life knows about my autism.
Then I was astounded to see it at 72% on Rotten Tomatoes. It fires on all cylinders and is instantly rewatchable and quotable. I saw Training Day when I was still pretty young and even wrote an essay on it in high school. You'll never see the light of the day who the fuck u think u fuckin with I' M THE POLICE.
Essay Training Day
I feel if this movie came out last week it would be in the 90s or at least the 80s. Tremendous film jarred in it's own tone and viewpoint which puts off a lot of critics. Rotten Tomatoes don't measure that though...... I didn't understand what a 'trope' was at the time but that was ultimately what my essay was about; how Training Day subverted the 'rough and tumble cop who gets things done in these here mean streets' by presenting a cop (Alonso) who seemed super corrupt but turned out to be, actually really super corrupt. You mothafuckas will be playin basketball in PELICAN BAY when I get finished wit chu! I RUN SHIT HERE U JUST LIVE HEREI've seen this movie a few times. When you really pay attention it seems obvious that he's a bad dude pretty quickly.
If that's Samuel L Jackson I just don't think it works.
He could play the character for sure, but I feel like I'd have come away wondering how Jake believed he was a good cop long enough to get tricked. Sure, this seems shady but he obviously has good reasons for it.
And I must admit, I have personally presented thousands of workshops and it makes me jealous thinking that I never prepared anything close to this to get myself ready or train others.
Ethan set me up for success as anything I could think I needed, he provided – scripting, tools, resources, examples, worksheets and much more including best practices and strategies to running the workshop that best fit my district’s needs.