Via Myths-Dreams-Symbols: "People say that commercial narrative films aren’t worth analysing from a Jungian perspective. That you instead should look to more psychological films. But Jung was interested in the collectivesub-consious. If a film then is consciously Jungian then it isn’t subcunsious content that was being portrayd, but consciously Jungian content. So I say, that if you want to look for subconscious archetypes or proof for Jungs theories, you need to look at the commersial narrative film, which is not made for psychological self-realization, but to earn money. It is there the real proof for that Jung’s subconscious archetypes really exists.
"If you take the time to analyse Star Wars you will se, as Gorge Lucas “A great classic hero saga, dealing with the classical questions about religion and history based on a psychological theme, played out in the futuristic setting of space”1
"I will try to show a little of the main psychology in the film, and also point out the main archetypal characters." Read the article: The psychology behind Star Wars by Miners Brunn
"It has long been known that people with blood type O are protected from dying of severe malaria. Now a team of Scandinavian scientists explains the mechanisms behind the protection that blood type O provides, and suggest that the selective pressure imposed by malaria may contribute to the variable global distribution of ABO blood groups in the human population." Read the article: How blood group O protects against malaria - Science Daily, March 9, 2015
They had the best selection of specialty Barbie dolls and fashion, and of course, so much more. From TIME: "The store, which first opened in New York in 1870, has been at its current 5th Avenue and 58th street location for nearly three decades, and will be replaced by none other than Apple." FAO Schwarz to Close Its Doors Tonight by Katy Osborn, July 15, 2015
From The New York Times: "Three navigation coordination points above Palm Beach International Airport that had been named in honor of Donald J. Trump will be renamed, the Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday.
"“In general, the F.A.A. chooses names that are noncontroversial,” said an agency spokeswoman, Laura Brown.
"A growing number of businesses have been severing ties with Mr. Trump since the Republican presidential candidate made derogatory remarks about Mexican immigrants in a campaign speech." Read the article: F.A.A. to Drop Donald Trump-Related Navigation Codes by Karen Schwartz, July 9, 2015
From fashionphantasmagoria: "...Unlike other male targeted advertising in contemporary society, Calvin Klein’s aesthetic focuses on complimenting the beauty of the human physic rather than exploiting it in an eroticised manner. On the other hand, Tom Ford’s advertisement for men’s cologne objectifies the female body in a highly sexualised approach in order to target men. While both Klein and Ford use heterosexual stereotypical traits to gain attention from men, their brand identity differs entirely according to their associations through advertising." Read the article:
Keep It Simple Stupid by Torinnez, Sept. 22, 2014
Via The Hill: ""Trump also alluded to the idea that one of his main reasons for running was to have the FEC independently certify his wealth.
""I'm a private company, so nobody knows what I'm worth. And the one thing is that when you run, you have to announce and certify to all sorts of governmental authorities your net worth," he said last Tuesday, adding that he's seen a lot of television pundits say he'd never run because he's probably not as successful as he says he is.
""So I said to myself, you know, nobody's ever going to know unless I run, because I'm really proud of my success. I really am," Trump said.
"It's normal for candidates not to file immediately after their announcements. Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) filed his paperwork on June 19, exactly 15 days after he announced a bid. On the other hand, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R), who announced just one day before Trump, filed his paperwork that same day." Read the article:
Trump officially files to run for president by Ben Kamisar, June 22, 2015 The Hill