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22nd Oct '17 2:54:46 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's justified in feeling ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out and making snide comments about the actions of others instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually helps solve the problem.

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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's justified in feeling ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out and making snide comments about the actions of what others are doing to try and solve the problem (however imperfectly or incompletely) instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually helps solve the problem.
22nd Oct '17 2:48:32 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's justified in feeling ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out and snarking at the actions of others instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.

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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's justified in feeling ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out and snarking at making snide comments about the actions of others instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves helps solve the problem.
22nd Oct '17 6:52:10 AM BKelly95
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** In "[[Recap/CommunityS4E01History101 History 101]]" it's stated that 'History of Ice Cream' is the only history class that Greendale is offering, and the Dean only adds an actual history class after it's made clear that he has to have one on his curriculum. Since Cornwallis had to hired specifically to teach the class & he doesn't teach his first class until after Halloween, that's over two months of class time lost & subsequently explains why the class doesn't conclude until after Christmas, when most '101' classes taken in the Fall Semester would end.

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** In "[[Recap/CommunityS4E01History101 History 101]]" it's stated that 'History of Ice Cream' is the only history class that Greendale is offering, and the Dean only adds an actual history class after it's made clear that he has to have one on his curriculum. Since Cornwallis had to be hired specifically to teach the class & he doesn't teach his first class until after Halloween, that's over two months of class time lost & and subsequently explains why the class doesn't conclude until after Christmas, when most '101' classes taken in the Fall Semester would end.


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** The "Good" Study Group makes short work of their Darkest Timeline counterparts. This is more understandable when you remember that this is taking place in Jeff's mind and think back to his story in "Horror Fiction In Seven Spooky Steps". There, Jeff's story immediately cut to the conclusion with Jeff easily talking Chang out of killing them and he applied a similarly easy resolution here.
11th Oct '17 8:35:55 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** If we accept the premise that there's a critique of feminism going on, it also arguably critiques the different approaches these different waves have, and how dividing these lines in the sand between feminists only ends up hurting themselves and the issues they care about. Annie's approach to the issue, while agreeable and likeable, is a bit superficial in that it doesn't necessarily address the underlying problems, and she's a bit more keen on being liked than solving the problem. This has the result that while on the surface she's getting guys to support the cause, it's only because they're trying to get into her pants rather than because they care about solving the problem, meaning that they're unlikely to stick around and help. Britta, meanwhile, is all about addressing and combatting the underlying issues, but her approach is unnecessarily confrontational ("You don't have to yell at us! No one is on the other side of this issue!"), and she repeatedly hurts her own cause by antagonising and offending potential[=/=]actual allies because she's unyieldingly dogmatic and self-righteously moralistic towards those who don't share her values 100%. This has the result that she ultimately spends more energy attacking people who already are or might be persuaded to be on her side for not being ideologically 'pure' than attacking the actual problem. Essentially, feminism would benefit from striking more of a friendly balance between the two sides, wherein they are focussed on the actual problem and confrontational where necessary, but still welcoming and inclusive enough to welcome those with different opinions and flexible enough to pick and choose their battles carefully.

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*** If we accept the premise that there's a critique of feminism going on, it also arguably critiques the different approaches these different waves have, and how dividing these lines in the sand between feminists only ends up hurting themselves and the issues they care about. Annie's approach to the issue, while agreeable and likeable, is a bit superficial in that it doesn't necessarily address the underlying problems, and she's a bit more keen on being liked than solving the problem. This has the result that while on the surface she's getting guys to support the cause, it's only because they're trying to get into her pants rather than because they care about solving the problem, meaning that they're unlikely to stick around and help. Britta, meanwhile, is all about addressing and combatting the underlying issues, but her approach is unnecessarily confrontational ("You don't have to yell at us! No one is on the other side of this issue!"), and she repeatedly hurts her own cause by antagonising and offending potential[=/=]actual allies because she's unyieldingly dogmatic and self-righteously moralistic towards those who don't share her values 100%. This has the result that she ultimately spends more energy attacking people who already are or might be persuaded to be on her side for not being ideologically 'pure' than attacking the actual problem. Essentially, feminism feminists would benefit from striking more of a friendly balance between the two sides, wherein they are focussed on the actual problem problems and confrontational where necessary, but still welcoming and inclusive enough to welcome those with different opinions and flexible enough to pick and choose their battles carefully.
24th Sep '17 7:07:42 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out and snarking at the actions of others instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.

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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel justified in feeling ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out and snarking at the actions of others instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.
24th Sep '17 5:34:33 PM BKelly95
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* In "[[Recap/CommunityS2E20CompetitiveWineTasting Competitive Wine Tasting]]", it was established that Britta has questionable taste in men. This is further supported by her timeline. Annie even makes a joke about how her romantic tastes after she talks about a guy who got so high he was able to survive a fall. Given the boyfriends she's hooked up with, it would explain why she [[DoesNotLikeMen she's often making insulting remarks about men.]]

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* ** In "[[Recap/CommunityS2E20CompetitiveWineTasting Competitive Wine Tasting]]", it was established that Britta has questionable taste in men. This is further supported by her timeline. Annie even makes a joke about how her romantic tastes after she talks about a guy who got so high he was able to survive a fall. Given the boyfriends she's hooked up with, it would explain why she [[DoesNotLikeMen she's often making insulting remarks about men.]]]]
** On ThisVeryWiki, mentions of Britta dying a streak of her hair blue is usually [[PotHole PotHoled]] to ArsonMurderAndJaywalking. But didn't arson (burning the apartment) and murder (Pierce's death) actually occur (albeit accidentally)?
25th Jul '17 9:34:15 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining about being left out, snarking at the actions of others and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.

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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines sulking, complaining about being left out, out and snarking at the actions of others and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.
25th Jul '17 9:32:52 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.

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*** Shirley's approach (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining about being left out, snarking at the actions of others and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help address the issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride rather than a unified front which actually solves the problem.
25th Jul '17 9:32:24 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help solve the problem. Either way, the fragmentation of the movement just leads to petty infighting, internal divisions and wounded pride instead of a unified front which actually addresses the issues.

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*** Shirley's approach (Womanism) (or Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help solve address the problem. Either way, the fragmentation of the movement issue. In essence, while her concerns are valid her approach just leads to petty infighting, internal divisions further fragmentation, inaction and bitterness based on wounded pride instead of rather than a unified front which actually addresses solves the issues.problem.
25th Jul '17 9:30:08 PM DoctorNemesis
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*** Shirley's approach (Womanism) isn't entirely free from critique either; while she's right to feel ignored and upset at being excluded, in practice she just ends up sitting at the sidelines complaining and being bitter instead of actually doing anything to help solve the problem. Either way, the fragmentation of the movement just leads to petty infighting, internal divisions and wounded pride instead of a unified front which actually addresses the issues.
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