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The Interview: I’m not sure if this has been posted before considering the interview was done in December but yikes
The Interview: I’m not sure if this has been posted before considering the interview was done in December but yikes

I’m not sure if this has been posted before considering the interview was done in December but yikes

The Interview: MRW I desparately need a job, but the interview is in-person during a pandemic
The Interview: MRW I desparately need a job, but the interview is in-person during a pandemic

MRW I desparately need a job, but the interview is in-person during a pandemic

The Interview: Pullin up to the interview like
The Interview: Pullin up to the interview like

Pullin up to the interview like

The Interview: The Interview (2014) has just won the highest ratings on the Chinese movie site, Douban
The Interview: The Interview (2014) has just won the highest ratings on the Chinese movie site, Douban

The Interview (2014) has just won the highest ratings on the Chinese movie site, Douban

The Interview: Don't be late to the interview!
The Interview: Don't be late to the interview!

Don't be late to the interview!

The Interview: Is it too much to ask to just have the interview by itself?
The Interview: Is it too much to ask to just have the interview by itself?

Is it too much to ask to just have the interview by itself?

The Interview: I'm so nervous for the interview😳😳😳😳😳😫😫😫😫
The Interview: I'm so nervous for the interview😳😳😳😳😳😫😫😫😫

I'm so nervous for the interview😳😳😳😳😳😫😫😫😫

The Interview: Completely garbage meme, but when I saw the interview I couldn't resist
The Interview: Completely garbage meme, but when I saw the interview I couldn't resist

Completely garbage meme, but when I saw the interview I couldn't resist

The Interview: Every time in the interview :(
The Interview: Every time in the interview :(

Every time in the interview :(

The Interview: Every time in the interview :(
The Interview: Every time in the interview :(

Every time in the interview :(

The Interview: NOW HIRING!!! Better dress nicely for the interview 🙄
The Interview: NOW HIRING!!! Better dress nicely for the interview 🙄

NOW HIRING!!! Better dress nicely for the interview 🙄

The Interview: Smokin’ Jay Cutler joined the Pardon My Take podcast to talk about…Smokin’ Jay Cutler! Watch the interview here: https://bit.ly/2RYvzLO
The Interview: Smokin’ Jay Cutler joined the Pardon My Take podcast to talk about…Smokin’ Jay Cutler! Watch the interview here: https://bit.ly/2RYvzLO

Smokin’ Jay Cutler joined the Pardon My Take podcast to talk about…Smokin’ Jay Cutler! Watch the interview here: https://bit.ly/2RYvzLO

The Interview: I wonder what the interview process is like
The Interview: I wonder what the interview process is like

I wonder what the interview process is like

The Interview: Making a meme out of every Line from The Incredibles: Line 37 (Finally done with the interview scene! Lets go!)
The Interview: Making a meme out of every Line from The Incredibles: Line 37 (Finally done with the interview scene! Lets go!)

Making a meme out of every Line from The Incredibles: Line 37 (Finally done with the interview scene! Lets go!)

The Interview: noooo im gona miss the interview panel
The Interview: noooo im gona miss the interview panel

noooo im gona miss the interview panel

The Interview: What schools use now to find things out in history: Rosenthal's Photograph of Iwo Jima Flag-Raising Quickly Became One of the War's Most Famous here were two flags raised over Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima, but not at the same time. Despite the beach to write captions for his undeveloped film packs, and, as the other photographers on the island, sent his films out to the command vessel offshore. From there they were flown to Guam, where the headquarters of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet/Commander in Chief, Pacific Ocean Areas, was situated, and where the photos were processed and censored. Rosenthal's pictures arrived at Guam before Lowery's, were processed, sent to the States for distribution, and his flag-raising picture be- came one of the most famous photographs ever taken in the war, or in any war.- Benis M. Frank I the beliefs of many, and contrary to the supposed evidence, none of the photographs of the two flag-raisings was posed. To begin with, early on the morning of 23 February 1945, four days after the initial landings, Cap- tain Dave E. Severance, the commander of Company E, 2d Battalion, 28th Marines, ordered Lieutenant Harold G. Schrier to take a patrol and an American flag to the top of Suribachi. Staff Sergeant Louis R. Lowery, a Leather- neck magazine photographer, accompanied the patrol. Af- ter a short fire fight, the 54-by-28" flag was attached to a long piece of pipe, found at the crest of the mountain, and raised. This is the flag-raising which Lowery photographed. As the flag was thought to be too small to be seen from the beach below, another Marine from the battalion went on board LST 779 to obtain a larger flag. A second patrol then took this flag up to Suribachis top and Joe Rosenthal, an Associated Press photographer, who had just come ashore, accompanied it. As Rosenthal noted in his oral history interview, . my stumbling on that picture was, in all respects, acciden- tal." When he got to the top of the mountain, he stood in a decline just below the crest of the hill with Marine Ser- geant William Genaust, a movie cameraman who was killed later in the campaign, watching while a group of five Ma- rines and a Navy corpsman fastened the new flag to another piece of pipe. Rosenthal said that he turned from Genaust and out of the corner of his eye saw the second flag being raised. He said, "Hey, Bill. There it goes." He continued: 1 swung my camera around and held it until Il could guess that this was the peak of the action, and shot Some people learned that Rosenthal's photograph was of a second flag-raining and made the accusation that it was posed. Joe Rosenthal: "Had I posed that shot, I would, of coune, have ruined it....I would have also made them turn their heads so that they could be identified for (As- sociated Press) members throughout the country, and noth- ing like the existing picture would have resulted" Later in the interview, he said: "This picture, what it means to me-and it has a meaning to me-that has to be peculiar only to me...I see all that blood running down the sand. I see those awful, impossible positions to take in a frontal attack on such an island, where the batteries opposing you are not only staggered up in front of you, but also standing around at the sides as you're coming on shore. The awesome situation, before they ever reach that peak. Now, that a photograph can serve to remind us of the contribution of those boys-that was what made it im- portant, not who took it Rosenthal took 18 photographs that day, went down to The six men who participated in the second or "famous" flagraising on Mount Suribachi were Marines, joined by a medical corpsman. They were Sgt Michael Strank: Phar- macist's Mate 2/c John H. Bradley, USN; Cpl Harlon H. Block; and PFCS Ira H. Hayes, Franklin R. Sousley, and Rene A. Gagnon. AP photographer Joe Rosenthal recalls stumbling on the picture accidentally: I swung my camera around and held it until I could guess that this was the peak of the action, and shot.... Had I posed that shot, I would, of course, have ruined it....I would have also made them turn their heads so that they could be identified.. and nothing like the existing picture would have resulted." Associated Pres What schools will use in the future: Me And The Boys Making WWII Memes Knowing We May End Up In A History Book At Some Point Fortnite kids when they get their first kill in Iran et your WW3 drafting letter wwor My foot WW3
The Interview: What schools use now to find things out in history:
 Rosenthal's Photograph of Iwo Jima Flag-Raising
 Quickly Became One of the War's Most Famous
 here were two flags raised over Mount Suribachi
 on Iwo Jima, but not at the same time. Despite
 the beach to write captions for his undeveloped film packs,
 and, as the other photographers on the island, sent his films
 out to the command vessel offshore. From there they were
 flown to Guam, where the headquarters of Admiral Chester
 W. Nimitz, Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet/Commander
 in Chief, Pacific Ocean Areas, was situated, and where the
 photos were processed and censored. Rosenthal's pictures
 arrived at Guam before Lowery's, were processed, sent to
 the States for distribution, and his flag-raising picture be-
 came one of the most famous photographs ever taken in
 the war, or in any war.- Benis M. Frank
 I the beliefs of many, and contrary to the supposed
 evidence, none of the photographs of the two flag-raisings
 was posed. To begin with, early on the morning of 23
 February 1945, four days after the initial landings, Cap-
 tain Dave E. Severance, the commander of Company E, 2d
 Battalion, 28th Marines, ordered Lieutenant Harold G.
 Schrier to take a patrol and an American flag to the top
 of Suribachi. Staff Sergeant Louis R. Lowery, a Leather-
 neck magazine photographer, accompanied the patrol. Af-
 ter a short fire fight, the 54-by-28" flag was attached to a
 long piece of pipe, found at the crest of the mountain, and
 raised. This is the flag-raising which Lowery photographed.
 As the flag was thought to be too small to be seen from
 the beach below, another Marine from the battalion went
 on board LST 779 to obtain a larger flag. A second patrol
 then took this flag up to Suribachis top and Joe Rosenthal,
 an Associated Press photographer, who had just come
 ashore, accompanied it.
 As Rosenthal noted in his oral history interview, .
 my stumbling on that picture was, in all respects, acciden-
 tal." When he got to the top of the mountain, he stood in
 a decline just below the crest of the hill with Marine Ser-
 geant William Genaust, a movie cameraman who was killed
 later in the campaign, watching while a group of five Ma-
 rines and a Navy corpsman fastened the new flag to another
 piece of pipe. Rosenthal said that he turned from Genaust
 and out of the corner of his eye saw the second flag being
 raised. He said, "Hey, Bill. There it goes." He continued:
 1 swung my camera around and held it until Il could guess
 that this was the peak of the action, and shot
 Some people learned that Rosenthal's photograph was
 of a second flag-raining and made the accusation that it was
 posed. Joe Rosenthal: "Had I posed that shot, I would, of
 coune, have ruined it....I would have also made them
 turn their heads so that they could be identified for (As-
 sociated Press) members throughout the country, and noth-
 ing like the existing picture would have resulted"
 Later in the interview, he said: "This picture, what it
 means to me-and it has a meaning to me-that has to be
 peculiar only to me...I see all that blood running down
 the sand. I see those awful, impossible positions to take
 in a frontal attack on such an island, where the batteries
 opposing you are not only staggered up in front of you,
 but also standing around at the sides as you're coming on
 shore. The awesome situation, before they ever reach that
 peak. Now, that a photograph can serve to remind us of
 the contribution of those boys-that was what made it im-
 portant, not who took it
 Rosenthal took 18 photographs that day, went down to
 The six men who participated in the second or "famous"
 flagraising on Mount Suribachi were Marines, joined by
 a medical corpsman. They were Sgt Michael Strank: Phar-
 macist's Mate 2/c John H. Bradley, USN; Cpl Harlon H.
 Block; and PFCS Ira H. Hayes, Franklin R. Sousley, and
 Rene A. Gagnon. AP photographer Joe Rosenthal recalls
 stumbling on the picture accidentally: I swung my camera
 around and held it until I could guess that this was the peak
 of the action, and shot.... Had I posed that shot, I would,
 of course, have ruined it....I would have also made
 them turn their heads so that they could be identified..
 and nothing like the existing picture would have resulted."
 Associated Pres
 What schools will use in the future:
 Me And The Boys Making WWII Memes Knowing
 We May End Up In A History Book At Some Point
 Fortnite kids when they get their
 first kill in Iran
 et your WW3 drafting letter
 wwor
 My foot
WW3

WW3

The Interview: 6oc NEWS.COM #NIGHTLINE 1 week ago She's ugly • 1 week ago (edited) college kids today. reach a closed gate and act like it's the end of the earth. set up camp and prepare to die. get discovered by a cowboy and make a movie and become famous. 1 1 week ago I criss cross the country several times, filling my gas tank up along the way. Nobody cares. She makes a one week road trip on 1/3 tank: world famous. 1 week ago (edited) There was a skelton peeking from behind the water tank "hey man, leave her alone...we're filming a porno here in 12 days." 3 1 week ago crisis actor. • 1 week ago (edited) She saved money buy not buying too much gas. It worked out so well she bought less clothes for the interview, again saving money. .•1 week ago When they turn the camera and she's a 2 hour walk from Flagstaff.wth? 1•1 week ago When your WAZE warnings are "dead cattle .5 miles ahead...empty water tank on left...don't stop" •1 week ago Saving money? was she planning on turning tricks in the desert to fill up later? wth? • 1 week ago Several days into a month long road trip and she's "saving gas" by filling only 1/3 tank? Does she know that's what makes the car run? 9 1 week ago In other news, a girl took a mapquest shortcut to Canada. Her Prius was later found on the Mexico border. 10 1 week ago (edited) "Outdoorsy"? She looks overweight and was stupid enough to not buy gas when traveling to a deadly area. She had food, water, and shelter. She's not some amazing person Imfao Usually, you'd take your time to summarize your thoughts throughout a video. Regularly one or two separate comments, occasionally three, but ten? Really?
The Interview: 6oc NEWS.COM
 #NIGHTLINE
 1 week ago
 She's ugly
 • 1 week ago (edited)
 college kids today. reach a closed gate and act like it's
 the end of the earth. set up camp and prepare to die. get
 discovered by a cowboy and make a movie and become
 famous.
 1
 1 week ago
 I criss cross the country several times, filling my gas tank
 up along the way. Nobody cares. She makes a one week
 road trip on 1/3 tank: world famous.
 1 week ago (edited)
 There was a skelton peeking from behind the water tank
 "hey man, leave her alone...we're filming a porno here in 12
 days."
 3
 1 week ago
 crisis actor.
 • 1 week ago (edited)
 She saved money buy not buying too much gas. It worked
 out so well she bought less clothes for the interview, again
 saving money.
 .•1 week ago
 When they turn the camera and she's a 2 hour walk from
 Flagstaff.wth?
 1•1 week ago
 When your WAZE warnings are "dead cattle .5 miles
 ahead...empty water tank on left...don't stop"
 •1 week ago
 Saving money? was she planning on turning tricks in the
 desert to fill up later? wth?
 • 1 week ago
 Several days into a month long road trip and she's "saving
 gas" by filling only 1/3 tank? Does she know that's what
 makes the car run?
 9
 1 week ago
 In other news, a girl took a mapquest shortcut to Canada.
 Her Prius was later found on the Mexico border.
 10
 1 week ago (edited)
 "Outdoorsy"? She looks overweight and was stupid enough
 to not buy gas when traveling to a deadly area. She had
 food, water, and shelter. She's not some amazing person
 Imfao
Usually, you'd take your time to summarize your thoughts throughout a video. Regularly one or two separate comments, occasionally three, but ten? Really?

Usually, you'd take your time to summarize your thoughts throughout a video. Regularly one or two separate comments, occasionally three,...