I wish the views on my blogs were spreading as fast as this virus.
I managed to write two stories on Vocal.media while being on a phone call hold with the bank.
I lost my job.
My husband and I were supposed to go on our first abroad trip together. (insert sad face here)
We planned our wedding in 7 days. When we moved in together my husband brought home 15 pounds of pork. It really looked like he sneaked to the farm and slaughtered a whole pig. We are on a tight budget which means we mainly eat pork. I do not like pork. I did not have experience cooking with pork as my childhood diet mainly consisted of chicken and beef. The first time I made a meal for us, I cooked pork medium rare, just like I would do with steak. It came out looking delicious, but then he cut into it. Every single piece was bloody. I was embarrassed. Luckily, my husband found a quick solution by microwaving the pork for a few minutes. My husband’s love for pork is difficult to break. He turned out to be an expert in meat, spices and cooking. He showed me about 101 ways to cook eggs. He once made lots of meatballs from ground pork and some beef. There were so many that it made me think that he cooked for an army of hungry soldiers. I gave half of it away to my family.
I got married at 18. We spontaneously decided to get married in one week. After our family got over the shock of us getting married soon, they became supportive. In seven days we had to do what people with popular opinions do within a year (or more) when they plan weddings. The ceremony, honeymoon, gown and suit, photographer, wedding bands, makeup artist and flowers.
On the night of October 1, 2017 a tragedy happened. Stephen Paddock has killed 58 people and wounded 515. The panic that he created increased that number to 851. Paddock fired a total of 1100 rounds of ammunition from his suite on the 32 floor of the Mandalay hotel. The shooting occurred between 10:00 and 10:15 P.M. PDT. This is the deadliest mass shooting committed by an individual in the history of the United States of America.
Today I'm going to discuss what is ethically wrong in the movie “The brave one” with Jodie Foster. First, I will do it in a small summary format so you as the reader will understand what the movie is about. Before I start I want to point out that the whole movie was very dry to my taste and Jodie Foster carried this movie. She was playing incredibly well, when other actors were playing their roles pretty weak and poorly.