Don't be so mean to the
Don't be so mean to the hot, popular girl! These 12 clips prove why The Office's Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling) will always be queen of mockumentary confessionals.
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I always wanted Jim to just brush Ryan out of the way, and for him and Kelly to become a couple.
I hate Kelly. Very very very much
“We have a date!” Oh, Kelly ?
I love how Mindy wrote Kelly as what you typically see white girls do.
...ur channel has ‘the bionic woman’
Ok noted, never watch your channel
i'm back with my thee
i'm back with my thee ofis™️ content
*it's arguable if my opinions are unpopular or not since some people disagree and some agree :)
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I have a lot of unpopular opinions, but one I'll share is that Jan deserved a better ending than remaining inexplicably mean to everyone, and extremely controlling. She was a valuable piece to the golden years of the show.
I agree with most and didn't feel the need to write a comment till 13 came, it honestly is so sad because by their magic being gone while married the writers unconsciously showed that marriage is boring and mundane. And it shouldn't have been the case for a couple like Jim and Pam, the butterflies you get while watching season 1 to 5 should have stayed till the end because they're soulmates and a good marriage should still have the spark they've always had.
The only thing Michael and Holly had in common was the one thing I couldn’t stand about Michael
It's like, sure, Kelly is great, but you'll never chain this bird ya know?
for number 7, yeah that was the whole point lol
This week Craig looks at
This week Craig looks at the expressed powers of the President of the United States - that is the ones you can find in the Constitution. From appointing judges and granting pardons, to vetoing laws and acting as the nation’s chief diplomat on foreign policy, the Commander in Chief is a pretty powerful person, but actually not as powerful as you might think. The Constitution also limits presidential powers to maintain balance among the three branches of government. Next week we'll talk about the president's powers NOT mentioned in the Constitution - implied powers.
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Washington never actually lead the troops into battle at the Whiskey Rebellion, he turned around in some small town in Pensylvania
Wonder how would this section go if it were filmed today, with Trump as president... For my upcoming exam I have to consider him >.<
can trump order around ajit pai, for example? or fire him altogether?
For anyone who thinks executive orders are very limited in scope and only apply to fill-in areas of law passed by congress, may I direct you to EO9066 that forcibly removed american citizens of japanese decent from their homes into concentration camps (FDR's words). Emergency powers and martial law exist in the US too. President is given far more leeway then. Scared people dont hold people to account.
And for Star Wars fans, some believe palpatines "execute order 66" was based on FDR's EO 9066.
Thought the electoral college would safeguard against electing a demagogue? It failed. Massively.