Two Thought Thursdays -La Casa de Papel (Money Heist): p2e1: You Can Do It, but Should You?

       1.)   Please: never sing unless you have the accents correct!!

        2.)  Impulse control is important.  “Things are not always as they seem!!”

Random reactions in the original Spanish, to avoid spoilers:

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cap. 14, aka p2:ep1

Toledo…

Oops, 52 minutos en vez de 3 dias, oops, Profe!

 

This annoying theme song sounds better, with her rolling her ‘r’s, than that travesty of a song “Amado Mio” in English, with the hard “dmaking me grit my teeth!!

 

Y la inspectora encontrando ‘pruebas’ dejados por el Profe.

 

Y por el cyclo de llamadas,  y para las urgencias, lo mejor al mando es un psicopata sin sentimientos!

 

Denver: no sabe el syndrom de Stockholm, “…eres un puto analfabeto que no sabe…” de la enfermedad!  El pobre de Denver, imbecil!

 

Y el profe, con la inspectora, apoyandola y cortandole el suelo debajo sus pies, a la vez!

 

Rio si que es un buen chaval, con Tokyo hasta la “tumba abierta” -“jarana!”

 

Y ese pobre idiota Denver, analfabeto, si!  Pero su padre es aun peor!!  Decir a tu hijo que como una chica tiene estudios, y tenia un novio rico, y es hermosa, no està en su liga y no te la mereces?!  Que clase de padre hunda a su hijo asi?

 

Pero que si!  Denver, por lo muy idiota que es, tb es un buen hombre.  Quiere hacer lo correcto, aunque le duele.  Es mejor hombre, mucho mejor que su padre cree.

 

Un verdadero narcicista: vivir dentro de la cabeza de la mujer quien el està privando de su libertad.  Espero que vuelen la cabeza de Berlin ya!

 

Pero el Profe si, es buen hombre, y partisano, pero de los que contemplan las consequencias y Nairobi  cree en el Profe, en vez del plan  Chernobyl.

 

Y el Profe, camino Madrid con el ex-marido abusivo de la inspectora!!  Vaya!

 

Oh, no!!  Helsinki, no lo hagas, que no tienen al profe!!   Que Tokyo no està en lo correcto, no tiene razon, las cosas no son como aparecen!!!

 

No lo juzgo, a él, Tokyo, pero si, te juzgo a tî!!  Idiota bomba de retardamiento!

No!!!

no!!

no!

 

😦

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    Last week’s review was  the end of part 1, ep.  13, 

Next week will be P2, ep. 2 Two Thought Thursday, La Casa de Papel (Money Heist): “E se io muoio da partigiano” -Really “The Resistance?”

  “Somos la resistencia.”

   We are the Resistance.

Shira

Action Prompts:

1.)  Share your thoughts on how we can be part of the Peaceful Resistance…

2.) Write a book, story, post or tweet that uses these thoughts.

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8 thoughts on “Two Thought Thursdays -La Casa de Papel (Money Heist): p2e1: You Can Do It, but Should You?

  1. If we want things to change, the only way I see that is non-violent is a general strike to stop participating in society as much as we can. If we all stopped buying all but the absolute necessity, stopped traveling, etc. things would change. Unfortunately, we are a society that lacks empathy for others (as discussed yesterday) so too many people don’t care as long as it doesn’t affect them and wouldn’t participate.

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    1. That’s about the same conclusion I’ve come to.
      But, I feel ashamed not to keep trying, tiring as it is.
      There has to be a way to get people to care.

      In any case, we must bear witness to the fact that things could be different.

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      1. I would hope…
        But that travel would, as Patti points out, need to be in conjunction with local-only ethical food and lodging (something like SERVAS hosting?) expenditures, to keep the change-oriented boycott going.

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