I don’t care for sunglasses as I feel my vision is limited, and for those who wear glasses for FUN? Well, they wouldn’t feel that way if they HAD to wear glasses or contacts since they were children. It’s a pain to not be able to function without corrective lenses. I can’t see a foot in front of me! And Taylor Swift looks so much better without those big ugly 70s/80s frames! haha.
From the minute Doug and Brad park their car, it clear the high school landscape has been redrawn. Brad causes a scandal when, reassuming his pass dumb jock role, he punches out a kid (Justin Hires) for listening to music. The kid is black and actually is gay, which means Brad committed a double hate crime.
Bella takes a walkI feel as if I probably have left out a lot of Bella Bits but I’m too fucked up to sort it out now too many places to check but here’s one I wrote today in Friday writing group. We were given an image of a female in a red cloak and a tree, maybe in a park, a bit abstract. I’d thought that my character Paul, who’d featured in the novel with Bella when they were both teenagers, might have grown into the non binary detective that someone else has created for an ongoing shared thing it just felt right.
12 that an unknown person paid with a counterfeit $50 bill. Secret Service was notified. Aug. If it’s possible for a design to be both complicated and intuitive, the Bruer hits the mark. Everything about this feels extra, to both its benefit and detriment. The brewer arrives in a stunning cylindrical cardboard package, and the buyer gets excited, thinking they’re opening a fancy piece of glassware or some high minded European wooden toy.
24), “Dune” (Oct. 1), “Halloween Kills” (Oct. 15), “Eternals” (Nov. Recordon has some good points there, but the one he doesn make (of course), is that Facebook has the right to do things beneficial for Facebook. The best argument you can make against this is that what beneficial to Facebook may not be most beneficial to us all. In athorough breakdown of Open Graph at ReadWriteWeb, Alex Iskold (who is also active in the OpenLike community) makes a good case for this:.
This year’s Community Budget Conversation will take place Tuesday, July 14th, at the Central Library from 6:00 7:30pm. This year we will use a new interactive session focused on prioritizing spending to ensure budget decisions are consistent with achieving our goals for Madison. Please share information regarding this event with members of your organization and neighborhood encouraging them to take part.