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If you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that you’re only 16.
If you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that you cry like a child in court.
If you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that you had a promising future.
if you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that your life is destroyed.
If you rape someone, it should haunt you for the rest of your life.
You raped someone.
You deserve every ounce of justice we can place upon you in court of law.
thefreshintern asked: Hiii, I am a current intern at a production house and i am tryng to work my way up to the film industry in Toronto. I am really new as i am about to graduate from college, and my question to yo =u is: how can i avoid becoming getting stuck as the office PA? I do a lot of lunch/coffee runs and help as much as i can, but it feels like they do not see me as a potential to do more.
You’re new! This is how it’s going to be for a little while. They want to see if you can handle the environment. Your potential shines through how you solve problems at this level, if you have good energy and hustle, and if you pick up on the protocol quickly. Think of it as playing a video game. You’re on level 1 and while you may already know how to kill the boss on level 16, you’re still going to need to kill the boss on level 1 to get there. Have patience and enjoy the ride!
Volunteering on CFC and cinema co-op projects is great experience and networking. It’s how I started…