A month ago, I screened the French comedy La Boum, and I fell in love with it right away. If there is anything that most people know about me, it’s that I am a sucker for foreign films. I’ve always liked the idea of learning other languages and cultures. Whether it is through a teacher, an app, or a movie. So, since I have shown an interest in the French language, I chose to watch La Boum because I saw it pop up on my Tumblr (Yes, I still use that).
My sophomore year of high school was comprised of tears and late-night study sessions for tests that do not prepare for the real world. There were many nights where I would listen to playlists that I made to get through the endless night, and that is when I started to shift my focus on alternative music from the nineties. I had previously shown an interest in pop and R&B music in the nineties, but I never really broadened my options to other genres back then. So, my next thought was indie or alternative, and I listened to both because I am not selective about any kind of music except for heavy metal. That’s just not my cup of tea.
Neverlands' long-anticipation of South Korean Girl Group (G)I-DLE's another comeback song this year, "DUMDi DUMDi." The music video for the song was released two hours ago in the U.S., and all I can say that the sound is different from any other song they have ever done. (G)I-DLE are amorphous, fierce young women who have proved to the Kpop world that there is nothing that they cannot do.
While the world has been going through changes like a pubescent teenage boy in middle school, I have taken the time to rewatch some of my favorite British shows to lighten the mood.
Recently, scientists have encountered a leak that contained methane in the Antarctic. Very few will question how a potent greenhouse gas can find its way to the icy waters of the Arctic, and the reason is microbes. Microbes or microorganisms like fungi and bacteria, to name a few, can be found everywhere, and they are beneficial to the environment. Not only do they recycle plant and animal matter, but they also recycle wastes. They are even liable for supplying adequate sums of oxygen into the Earth’s atmosphere, and they play a significant role in our lives as humans and animals as well. The microorganisms found in our bodies are coined as “normal flora” or “resident flora,” control the making of vitamins and nutrients we take in a while helping us to digest our food. Microorganisms have an impact on the medical field and the world of technology.