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MysticCanines'Heroine732

aka Jasmine Olson

  • I live in Utah
  • I was born on April 30
  • My occupation is User
  • I am female
  • MysticCanines'Heroine732

    Elijah Kelley you're sure the celebrity I think of the most when I think of music from your culture and my nickname is Jazzy Jas. But I can put animted music with your Hairspray soundtrack too. It isn't only your Run And Tell That song getting me almost like your fun jazz music it's also I'm getting to know  one of your people who I'm a good advocate for. He's simple to communicate with so he's someone I'm gaining self-understanding with he's also one I'm sharing clarity with,  we're even lucky about one having courage when the other one lacks it. In public situations he's treated me more considereately than most people, and he understands my fears by surprise. 



    I wish they'd let you do concerts Elijah Kelley I know your culture's music I'…


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  • MysticCanines'Heroine732

    Hairspray's remake and Disney Channel's original film Jump In share the same main idea Tracy Turnblad and Izzy Daniels just have different scenes so the two fun films don't have the same messages however they're talking about the same subject. Whether it's Tracy Turnblad or Izzy Daniels who seemed stronger during the challenge of doing what's right for yourself depends on which chapter you're talking about while comparing Hairspray's remake and Jump In.



    From the beginning Tracy knew her dream of dancing on the show and doesn't let Amber's mockery stop her from joining the Corny Collins show Tracy also isn't as nervous about joining the Corny Collins show as her mother was at the beginning. Izzy at the beginning of Jump In he didn't yet hav…


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  • MysticCanines'Heroine732

    Age 6 9 10 11 12  or 13 and up??? Let it depend on what type of attitude your kid currently shows you. Honesty and kindness would be easy to explain to a 6 year old using Tracy's negative scenes so young kids can see how careful they should be with decision making. At age 9 this film would be fine to explain that you still have to be careful even if you truly accept integration so the 9 year kid can see integration or not it's reactions that made the difference not events around the world. A kid 10 well this film is quite good for explaining when you and your friend are both going through something hard but you're still friends using scenes of Tracy's courage and her scenes of supporting the African American students, 11 and 12 those are t…

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  • MysticCanines'Heroine732

    Insight of several things, and sympathy of being teased even if your attitude is actually quite positive or even if you're quite strong about what you're experiencing, same thing with being teased about your wisdom. I'm sorry your culture even gets teased about stuff such as hair do Elijah Kelley, and there's nothing wrong with  your shortness or your face's shape. My understanding of not wanting to see the first film of Hairspray again doesn't just do with understanding how it feels to be forced to give up old ways that you yourself would rather continue to remember or how quick you can be feared even if you're quite gentle / loyal / friendly, other bits of understanding your thought of the first film of Hairspray also does with my new Af…

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  • MysticCanines'Heroine732

    Because of being left out so frequently while people feared my seizures and my Autism during my school years I surely would have shared a few of the same emotions Tracy did, but I also would have had very little trouble standing up for the African Americans. Even today I'm just having to learn what to not say out loud about my feelings for this group if I'm near aggressive impolite people but I'd have an easy time choosing my speech of loyalty for Africans. Another way I would have been a little like Tracy is being next to an African American while they're spoken to disrespectfully by foes who don't control themselves in public won't stop me from staying close enough to help them, it's violence and harsh speech that scare me even though mo…

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