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The mission of the Warrior Way Back program is not only to identify a pathway for you to come back to Wayne State, but to support you as an adult learner throughout your educational journey. While enrolled in the Warrior Way Back program, you will:
Jack Cunningham (Affleck) is a mess. He works construction and spends his nights at a dive bar, where he is a regular. You can feel his thirst the second he gets into his truck after his shifts. When he takes a sip of beer, his eyes close briefly. He needs this. At family gatherings, you can see his sister's disapproval of him, suggesting a long history. But he's in the round of alcoholism: drinks, collapses, hangovers, do it all over again. Once upon a time, Jack was the star basketball player at his high school. But something fell apart for him. When he is offered a coaching gig at his old school, he promptly gets wasted. He can't go back. But he does. And it changes everything for him, and for the students.
And then there's the early '80s comedy portion of \"The Way, Way Back,\" which is successful, too, if more problematic. Duncan and Owen's awkward teen/man-boy mentor shtick evokes 1979's \"Meatballs,\" which I'll bet the filmmakers can quote from memory. The Murray-esque Owen is thirty-something, but acts like a goodhearted teenage nice-guy jock who stumbled into a position of influence. The movie asks us to find it adorable when Owen and one of his employees (Faxon, who's an actor as well as a screenwriter) teach the hero how to ogle girls waiting to go down the water slide, without the girls knowing that they're being ogled. (The film portrays teenaged girls with far less sympathy than teenaged boys, Robb's girl-next-door notwithstanding.) We're also encouraged to side with Owen against the park's assistant manager Caityln (Maya Rudolph), who's constantly on Owen's back to get to work on time, observe safety regulations, and otherwise be a lame-o boring killjoy square; of course she's his sometime girlfriend, and of course she can't help loving him. At first \"The Way, Way Back\" pleads too hard for us to recognize Owen's specialness. He's the kind of guy you'd fantasize kicking in the slats if you actually had to work for him. To its credit, though, the film ultimately recognizes Owen for what he is: a sweeter, less competitive version of Trent.
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According to one theory, it's all about magnetism. When salmon are young, the theory goes, they imprint on the pattern of the Earth's magnetic field at the mouth of their native river. Years later, when the salmon head back home to spawn, they home in on that pattern. In a study published Thursday in Current Biology, the scientists behind that theory now say they have evidence that's exactly how the fish are navigating.
A two-party system is essential. The creative tension between conservatives and liberals propels America forward without leaving behind its most important attributes. In theory, liberals liberate us from policies and traditions that hold us back, while conservatives keep us from throwing babies out with the bathwater.
In the cove, Calico Jack tells Edward that he has been sent by Izzy Hands to get Edward out of the way so that Stede can be captured by the British, specifically by Chauncey Badminton. Edward is extremely concerned and afraid at the thought that Stede is in danger, and after screaming at Jack, jumps off their dinghy to swim back to the Revenge. The warning shot that the British fire at the ship's mast hits Jack, killing him.
Stede tells his crew to ready the cannons in an attempt to do something, but Edward comes back and tells the crew to raise the white flag in surrender. The crew are captured by the British, and Edward and Stede are reunited.
Blake is loaded aboard the prison ship London with the other prisoners and the ship takes off. Tarrant watches its departure and orders a group of Federation troopers to dispose of the dead bodies of Varon and Maja, making it appear as though they died in an accident. As Blake watched the image of Earth recede, he defiantly tells a guard he's coming back.
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