Why are there quotation marks? Are there more than this one exit? Or is it no good in an emergency?how long before you’re comfortable contacting your building manager at your new job? via Instagram http://ift.tt/1ljTfaf
"We meet up with your friends Kelly and Tiffany at a bar, or just Kelly, actually, and we get kind of drunk," said Kendler, 25, a bike shop technician, as he snuggled with LaBatt in his one-bedroom apartment. "While we’re playing pool, she bends over to line up her shot and we notice she’s not wearing any panties."
"That’s when we decide that she’s had too much to drink and escort her home," added Kendler, who had quickly noted LaBatt’s silent reaction. "Because it’s not safe for her to walk home alone at night."
Post writer Doree Lewak loves earning the approval of construction workers that many women would call ‘pigs,’ she writes.
Hey, ladies — catcalls are flattering! Deal with it | New York Post
this whole article is like a return to 1983
Here’s my thing: I really like David Bowie, but actually can’t stand a lot of his music. this one for instance.
- Parkinson’s has a pretty high correlation with depression, so there’s an added handicap to someone who was pretty clearly depressed.
- I have a sneaking suspicion that everyone who goes into performance/the public eye for a living is pretty depressed, or injured in some way. In my limited experience in dealing with it in PR, it’s a very grueling field, and the payoff isn’t actually that great. The payoff is being bothered all the time. You can’t go a day without being annoyed, stopped, questioned, inquired about, and it feeds on itself. No person who wasn’t ill would really seek that out. So, next time you see an actor or someone else famous, yes, you can envy what you understand as that fame, but know they went into it because they have a deep-seated need probably borne of serious illness and, with a few exceptions, are much more miserable than the average person.
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OK, Suspiro is actually a great movie and so are a few of these other ones and I kind of resent the implications in this like all bad horror is bad. it’s great because it’s awful.
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