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People don’t always just become mature versions of their younger selves. Relationships, life events, books and music or movies that are incredibly moving, politics of the era…..lots of things change us and shape us into different people. I feel like most people don’t have that much in common with who they were six years ago and they shouldn’t. People who have become static have stopped learning and absorbing from the world and reacting to it. 
The changes that happened to Rory both awesome and not were consistent with her experiences and her lifestyle and everything and everyone she has surrounded herself with. 
The reality sometimes 16 year old you will hate 22 year old you and 22 year old doesn’t take 16 year old you seriously anymore.  

People don’t always just become mature versions of their younger selves. Relationships, life events, books and music or movies that are incredibly moving, politics of the era…..lots of things change us and shape us into different people. I feel like most people don’t have that much in common with who they were six years ago and they shouldn’t. People who have become static have stopped learning and absorbing from the world and reacting to it. 

The changes that happened to Rory both awesome and not were consistent with her experiences and her lifestyle and everything and everyone she has surrounded herself with. 

The reality sometimes 16 year old you will hate 22 year old you and 22 year old doesn’t take 16 year old you seriously anymore.  

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8m57w6:

I think that was Mitchum’s whole point, though. Like don’t get me wrong, I totally hated the guy, but when he was telling Rory all that stuff he told her how she didn’t even speak up in that meeting and he response was, “I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to!”  In his eyes, the only reason she didn’t write something for the Eagle was because she never asked to, or didn’t want to. I think he totally would have given her the chance had she gone for it, but Toty needed to learn that lesson, that being nice and polite won’t get her everywhere forever.

8m57w6:

I think that was Mitchum’s whole point, though. Like don’t get me wrong, I totally hated the guy, but when he was telling Rory all that stuff he told her how she didn’t even speak up in that meeting and he response was, “I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to!”  In his eyes, the only reason she didn’t write something for the Eagle was because she never asked to, or didn’t want to. I think he totally would have given her the chance had she gone for it, but Toty needed to learn that lesson, that being nice and polite won’t get her everywhere forever.

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ruffledbrows:

I second that. Apart from Rory generally being a crappy crappy friend, I noticed that the later seasons put friendships on the backburner and instead focussed on ~romantic relationships. Predictable, stereotypical, cheesy and, once again, not at all what the show started out as.

ruffledbrows:

I second that. Apart from Rory generally being a crappy crappy friend, I noticed that the later seasons put friendships on the backburner and instead focussed on ~romantic relationships.
Predictable, stereotypical, cheesy and, once again, not at all what the show started out as.

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