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impactverb

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  • ento have a big, important, or noticeable effect or influence on someone or something

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All right, we need to catch Kelly in the act of illegally spying, so here's the plan.
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We commit a fake crime so serious that he's forced to deploy the stingray.
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What kind of crime?
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We're gonna kidnap a cop.
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But not just any cop.
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It needs to be someone so high-ranking that it sends shockwaves through the system,
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but not important enough that their absence negatively impacts the NYPD in any way.
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Who you guys thinking?
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We're clearly all looking at you.
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Oh, God, am I in charge of the meeting?
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Dismissed, dismissed.
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I keep the work at work, Skyler.
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And nothing will ever impact you or the kids.
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You don't know that.
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If you could say 1 thing to her, what would you say to her?
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Keep doing what you're doing.
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Like don't change.
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I love you so much.
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Oh, my gosh.
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She's an inspiration to so many girls and boys everywhere.
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I love you.
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Yeah, I would just tell her how much she's impacted my life and how much I love her.
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Well, I think what I've always dreamed about, which is just being able to continue to stretch in my craft.
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And to do things that are meaningful, and hopefully impact someone,
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to use my platform to do something bigger than myself.
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- To have fun, to be present. - Right, right.
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To work and for that work to allow me to be able to help other people.
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Do you think that the way that you're told about sex can impact your whole life?
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100%.
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I mean, I work with a adults like yourself who come in with a lot of sexual anxiety or sexual fear.
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And the way we as adults talk about sex and body parts, and the language that we use
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is going to either make our children very confident or anxious and insecure.