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Part 5:People Need To Start Taking Johnny Depp's Allegations Against Amber Heard Seriously
It’s been a while since I’ve touched on the Depp vs. Heard situation but I’m back, and here to bring the latest updates that have come to light since my last post. Some of this might be news you’ve already read but I think it bears repeating anyway. Here we go.
Anti-Valentine's Day: A Playlist Dedicated to Self Love
I have never been one who would describe themselves as a romantic. Blame it on the countless rejections, and crushes who embarrassed me in school (that’s a whole other story) but romance has never been my cup of tea. Ironically, I have been known to cuddle up with super cheesy romantic comedies from the nineties or tearjerker from time to time, because why not watch something that shows me what I could have – and still don’t – while I eat my sorrows in popcorn and sipping good wine.
The Owl Call
Something in the stars called her that night. The way they seemed to shine extra bright as the moon floats in all her glory among the blackness of the sky. Looking up, Iris marveled in the way the slight breeze caressed her face, making her ache for the love she never had. In the distance, she heard its greeting, a small “hoo, hoo” calling and beckoning her closer. Iris was lost and alone in every possible sense. With no friends and no true direction to take, the meaning and significance of her life always remained a mystery to her. She decided to follow the owl’s call as it continued getting louder with each new step she took within the foggy, darkened woods.
14 Times Daniel Sharman Was the Loveliest
One episode of Medici: The Magnificent [currently streaming on Netflix. Go watch it!] – that’s all it took for me to get reeled in and quickly becoming a fan of Daniel Sharman.
2020 Rewind Playlist: Songs That Helped Ease My Year
To say 2020 has been difficult, would be a great understatement. What 2020 was, was a dumpster fire of epic proportions that greatly tested the patience of every single person on the planet! *Big sigh*. But in the midst of everything, 2020 wasn’t all bad. We did see it bring out the best in people as we saw so much giving to help those less fortunate. We saw heart-warming moments between family members who hadn’t seen each other in months. Additionally, we got new tunes gracing our eardrums. All of which helped us drown out the doom and gloom of the world, even for just a moment.
Cursed Deserves a Second Season and Here's Why
It’s November, which of course means one thing. No, not the start of Christmas decorating (although that is important as well). No, what I’m talking about here is Netflix coming out with their renewed and canceled shows list. It's the annual list that leaves fans either jumping for joy or looking for the nearest table to flip over.
Part 3: People Need to Start Taking Johnny Depp's Allegations Against Amber Heard Seriously
So, as you might know, I have been doing my absolute best to keep you all updated on what is going on with Johnny Depp’s 50 million dollar defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard because apparently, all the websites who couldn’t stop calling Johnny Depp a “wife-beater” for the past four years, suddenly forgot how to type. Funny how that happens. So, if you haven’t already, you can read the prequels HERE, HERE and, HERE.
Johnny Depp's Loss, Is A Loss For Justice
The verdict, in regards to Johnny Depp’s libel case against British tabloid and professional lying outlet, The Sun, is in and it’s gotten everyone seeing red.