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America, Best Friend, and Christmas: Yesterday at 6:41 AM My dad for three years, would come work odd jobs in America for 6 months go back to Venezuela for 6 months and that is how we live while Chavez took power in the country. In 2002 my dad left and never came back, that December my mother told us we were going to see him for Christmas break, we came with 2 suitcases, we left our apartment with everything our toys, pictures, furniture, we said goodbye to the family and friends thinking we will see them then again. I came to America to an empty apartment we had an air mattress where the four of us slept. We didn't even have covers and it was a cold December. But they sacrificed, both of them - they worked jobs that nobody else would- my father broke his back and became a stranger for years because he used to work 2 to 3 jobs at time for us to survive and we rarely saw him. ContinueReading: “I can go on about the first couple of years here in America what we went through how my parents were able to provide for my sister and I to get to where we are. My father is my best friend – my mother is my strength, my fight is not for me but for both of them – I fight every day for those whose future are in jeopardy and I know mine is too. I don’t want relief if it means harming my community, if it means putting my parents in jeopardy the original Dreamers. We won’t sell out our friends and families, we won’t give in this. Know that we will continue to speak up and loud against anything that puts our families at risk. This fight has been going on for 17 years – so many bills have been put at the table and both parties know that a CleanDreamAct has the bipartisan support to pass. We will continue to put pressure on those who are in power specially Speaker Ryan, the house and both Democrats and Republicans – I hope yall ready. ProtectDACA ProtectDreamers ProtectFamilies CleanDreamActNow.

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Disney, Fashion, and Fire: PDISNEO PICTURES TH.E GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE PRESENTS ALL NEW! ALL FUN! WALT DISNEY PICTURES presents "THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE produced in association with SILVER SCREEN PARTNERS II Music HENRY MANCINI G GENERAL AUDIENCES DO DOLBY STEREO Prints by DE LUXE Distributed by BUENA VISTA DISTRIDUTION CO., INC. 91986 The Walt Disney Company ONE-SHEET NSS 860067 <p><a href="https://wannabeanimator.tumblr.com/post/123038221174/disneys-the-great-mouse-detective-was-first" class="tumblr_blog">wannabeanimator</a>:</p><blockquote> <p>Disney’s <b>The Great Mouse Detective</b> was first released on July 2, 1986.</p> <blockquote><p>It was ultimately Vice President of Walt Disney Feature Animation Peter Schneider who made the decision to change the title of the film from “Basil of Baker Street” to its current title. On February 13, 1986, an inter-office memo was sent out to Disney employees in Schneider’s name announcing the renaming of the studio’s most beloved classics. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) would be called “Seven Little Men Help A Girl”, Fantasia (1940) received the title “Color And Music”, The Jungle Book (1967) was getting its title changed to “A Boy, A Bear And A Big Black Cat” and so on in that fashion. Schneider was furious over the memo and attempted to find the author (animator Ed Gombert) so he could fire them. All the other employees found it a harmless joke and kept quiet. A copy of the memo eventually landed in the pages of the LA Times and all the “new” names were incorporated into the “What’s In A Name?” category on Jeopardy! (1984). (<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091149/trivia">x</a>)</p></blockquote> </blockquote> <p>This one was one of those classic childhood memories that had some pretty not kid-friendly stuff when you think about it. There was a barfight, a roofie, and a literal strip show in this film 😂</p>

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Anaconda, Apple, and Batman: Christian Bale weight loss and weight gain On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The Machinist) if you get a chance. It's one of Bale's best performances. He took up smoking to help curb his appetite when he was crash-dieting for The Machinist. He wanted to drop down to 100 pounds, but the director said no out of fear that his health could be in too much jeopardy. Bale drank one cup of black unsweetened coffee, and ate one can of tuna or one apple each day- for 4 months prior to filming. On the DVD featurette, he said he found that his weakened condition caused problems such as having trouble running because he litterally had no leg muscles left. He then started eating both the apple & tuna on days he would be shooting a phyhical scene. His 63-pound weight loss is one of the most drastic for any actor-actress in film history. Director (Brad Anderson) had planned on using some CGI to thin Bale out and was shocked & impressed when he saw Bale's appearance on the first day of shooting knowing he wouldn't need CGI. After Bale was cast as Bruce Wayne-Batman, he was told to get as big as possible. Bale underwent a 6 month dietary and exercise regimen and ended up weighing about 220 pounds- 40 pounds above his normal weight, and 100 pounds from what he weighed in The Machinist. It was decided that Bale had become too large. Friends of his and some of the film crew dubbed him "Fatman". He quickly shed about 20 pounds to have a leaner, more muscular frame. Bale described the experience as an unbearable physical ordeal ☆ BatmanBegins ChristianBale ChristopherNolan ChrisNolan Nolanverse TheBatman BruceWayne GothamCity TheMachinist BradAnderson TrevorReznik TheDarkKnight DarkKnight TheDarkKnightRises DarkKnightRises TDK TDKR DcMovies DcFilms DcMovie DcFilm DcComics DcMultiverse DcComicsFan CapedCrusader TheCapedCrusader DcFans DcComicsUniverse DcComicsUnited DcUniverse

On the left is Christian Bale in the 2004 film The Machinist- the film he did before being cast as Batman in Batman Begins. Check out (The M...