Why do we need feminism, you ask?
Thanks google for blatantly pointing out how two-faced our society truly is
We have looked into Google and Google has looked into us, part 3.
Bournemouth - November 2012
Walking around trying to keep my mouth shut while the pity piles up
Q: So why are there no women cartoonists? (asks devil’s advocate)
The jewish barber’s speech from The Great Dictator (1940). A poor jewish barber looks just like the bad dictator and is mistaken for him. He uses his chance to deliver a speech to the people disguised as the Dictator. A speech of love and kindness.
Chaplin managed to create one of the most beautiful and epic speeches of all time in the end scene of The Great Dictator. This was also Chaplin’s first true talking picture and his best grossing film ever. This film and speech has also great significance because it was delivered just before the WW2 broke loose.