Money Heist has been criticised by viewers of the Netflix series for being too generic a title. The Netflix series’ original Spanish title is La Casa de Papel, which has led viewers to wonder what it means in English. La Casa de Papel’s meaning is a pun in Spanish which does not translate into English. Related articles Money Heist season 3: Is Alison Parker in the new series? Money Heist season 3 soundtrack: List of songs from Money Heist What does La Casa de Papel mean in English? Literally translated, La Casa de Papel means ‘The House of Paper', ‘House of Paper’ and/or ‘The Paper House’. Paper is a slang term for money, meaning the title also means ‘The Money House’. This is the title the show was given in Germany, where La Casa de Papel is called Haus des Geldes or ‘House of Money’. This is a reference to the Royal Mint of Spain, the place where the eponymous ‘money heist’ takes place in the show. … [Read more...] about Money Heist: What does La Casa de Papel mean in English?
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Teachers should discuss mural’s meaning in class Re: “San Francisco school board votes to paint over ‘degrading’ mural of George Washington’s life” (Eastbaytimes.com, June 29): A portrayal of American history, reflecting inhuman aspects of our culture in the 18th and 19th centuries, can be controversial to consider in our present age, but it certainly doesn’t harm the mind or body. The mural educates and makes us think. The artwork makes us aware of controversy. We should not try to hide or destroy an educational source when it makes us uncomfortable. The mural of Washington’s life on a high school wall should encourage the school’s teachers to address its meaning to their students within the context of today’s morals. Fred ArredondoNewark Submit your letter to the editor via this formLetters to the Editor Report an error Policies and Standards Contact Us … [Read more...] about Letter: Teachers should discuss mural’s meaning in class
“MISOGYNY” SEEMS a straightforward word. In dictionaries, it is “hatred of women”. In its etymology are the Greek verb misein, to hate, and gyne, women. The word, like the sentiment, has been around for a long time. Euripides, an ancient Greek playwright, was called a misogynes, or woman-hater. (“Well, in his tragedies, yes,” his peer Sophocles is said to have quipped, “but in bed at any rate he was a philogynes.”) The first known use of “misogynist” in English is from 1620—by a female group counter-attacking against a screed called “The Arraignment of Lewd, Idle, Froward [sic], and Unconstant Women”. In fact, very few interesting words are quite so stable. As they are used, their meanings drift. Furthermore, they need not remain true to their etymological roots, a belief known to linguists as the “etymological fallacy”. The word “person”, for instance, comes from the Latin for … [Read more...] about How to change a word’s meaning
Love Island’s mean tweets challenge is back and looks set to cause havoc in the villa. The excruciating game sees contestants - who have had no contact with the outside world for three weeks - read out tweets from fans to learn how the public perceive them. Some words from the social media posts have been redacted so that the islanders can attempt to fill in the blanks - to often savage effect. A teaser clip aired at the end of last night’s episode showed Anton Danyluk reading out a tweet targeting Anna Vakili’s romance with Jordan Hames. “I honestly feel like Anna is [blank] for Jordan… It just doesn’t seem natural,” he says as his fellow reality hopefuls shout out words that could fit into the sentence. One islander yells “acting” while another suggests she is “settling,” with both responses suggesting that some of the contestants don’t see the relationship as genuine. Golden couple Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart … [Read more...] about Love Island’s mean tweets challenge is more savage than EVER
What does death in a dream mean? globalresearch.ca Correct Incorrect Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! You are just craving change. Nothing sinister. Via mgic-connects.com Running and not being able to go fast enough becomenomad.com Correct Incorrect Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! You feel that your life is being restrained Via illustrationsource.com What does money mean in dreams? Flickr: pictures-of-money Correct Incorrect Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! You feel confidence in yourself Via debbiemay.com What do taco's mean in dreams? hellofresh.com Correct Incorrect Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! Your life is good and you feel good! Via montywinters.com What does it mean when you dream that you are falling? … [Read more...] about What Does This Dream Mean?