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Freedom

Category: Movies » Frozen

Summary: As a queen, she would have freedom to lead Arendelle. Her coronation is approaching, but she isn’t ready to be a queen. Elsa can’t seem to let go. Did anyone tell her how hopeless freedom felt?

Genre: Angst, Family

Rating: K

Characters: [Elsa, Anna]

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Disclaimer: All characters, events, and material related to Frozen are owned by Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, Shane Morris, and Walt Disney Animation Studios. Currently looking for Cover Art commissions.

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Random Facts Friday (Week 19)

1. In 2013, Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City put a 2 item limit to their croissant-doughnut invention- the “cornet” sold for $100 in an online black market (Source).

2. 75% of Americans ages 17 to 24 are unable to enlist int he military, due to lack of high school diploma, hold a criminal record, or are physically unfit (Source).

3. It was revealed in October 2013 that the protein in chicken nuggets consisted of less than 50% served in two fast-food restaurant chains (Source).

4. The minimum wage in California is expected to raise to $10 in 2016. Currently, the minimum wages stands at $9 per hour (Source).

5. A man from Minnesota was cited for disorderly conduct when he threw $1,000 worth of dollar bills over an upper floor railing at the Mall of America in December 2013, in attempts to spread holiday cheer while a chorus sang “Let It Snow” (Source).

Random Facts Friday (Week 18)

1. When bakery company Hostess Brands, Inc. (renamed to Old HB, Inc. in 2009) filed for bankruptcy in 2012, Twinkies were sold on eBay for $60 per box. The company Hostess Brands, LLC (separate from Old HB) was founded in 2013, and Twinkies were put back on shelves that same year (Source).

2. Social networking company Twitter announced their first female board member, Marjorie Scardino in December 2013. Twitter was previously criticized for the lack of women on the board of directors (Source).

3. NASA is attempting to grow plants on the moon, planning to send 100 cress seeds to be harvested (Source).

4. In the past eight years, 30% of U.S. military commanders were relieved of duty due to sexual misconduct (Source).

5. Approximately 40% of U.S. workers do not get paid sick days, many of whom are in the service industry (Source).

Random Facts Friday (Week 17)

1. A headband with a pair of robotic cat ears can sense the wearer’s emotion by detecting brainwaves. With the help of technology from NeuroSky, a San José, CA company, the Necomimi headband was created by Japanese company called Neurowear in 2011 (Source).

2. An unopened can of Surge, the discontinued soft drink by the Coca-Cola company in 2002, was sold for $100 in 2012 (Source).

3. 19,000 visitors came to Taipei City Zoo in Taiwan to see the 6-month-old panda cub, Yuan Zai, when she made her debut in January 2014 (Source).

4. 50.3% of California’s population are female, according to the 2013 Census (Source).

5. In October 2013, a 9-year-old boy snuck past security in Twins City, Minneapolis onto a Delta flight to Las Vegas (Source).

Random Facts Friday (Week 16)

1. Fashion Designer and former microbiology student, Anke Domaske invented a type of flexible, silk-like fabric made from milk protein called Qmich. Created in 2011, the milk protein is spun into yarn, and can cost from $200 to $270 for an article of clothing. Two pounds of fabric is made from half a gallon of water, in comparison to the 10,000+ liters it takes cotton to produce the same amount of fabric. (Source).

2. A gallon of McJordan barbecue sauce, from the 1992 McDonald’s burger inspired by basketball star Michael Jordan, sold for $9,995 on eBay in 2012 (Source).

3. According to the 2010 Census, more than 63% of the population in Cupertino, CA are of Asian decent. 31% of the population are White, 3% are of a race that is a mix of two or more, and 1% are of another race not specified on the Census. Citizens who identify as Black/African American make up 0.6%, American Indian/Alaska Native consists of 0.2%, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander make up 0.1% of the population (Source).

4. A high school science teacher in Iowa lost 37 pounds in three months while eating food only from McDonald’s, a feat achieved by regular exercising (Source).

5. The United States Postal Service (USPS) was expected to close of 250 mail centers across the nation on December 5th 2011, after it lost $8.5 billion in the previous year. Budget cuts will save USPS about $3 billion per year, but will also lose about 30,000 jobs in the agency (Source).

Random Facts Friday (Week 15)

1. 27% American teenagers drank soda, a drop from 34% in 2007 (Source).

2. Actress Geena Davis once made the 1999 U.S. Olympic team semifinals for archery (Source).

3. In attempts to modernize convert, 32,000 missionaries are to receive 32,000 iPad Minis from  the Mormon church (Source).

4. A hot dog from a NFC championship game (Seattle Seahawks vs. Carolina Panthers), priced at $5 was sold at an auction for $1,800 in 2006 (Source).

5. Swedish director Anders Weberg released a 72 minute-long trailer to a 720 hour-long (a month’s worth) film called Ambiancé, set to release in the year 2020. It will be the longest running movie in history(Source).

daily reminder that the boy you’re in love with at 16 probably won’t matter when you’re 25.

daily reminder that the math test you failed your freshman year of high school probably won’t matter when you’re graduating college.

daily reminder that the problems you’re facing today may seem like the worlds end, but they will not matter in a year.

daily reminder that you’re going to be okay.

everything is going to be okay.

(Source: theperksofbeing-kate)

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