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  • Aspyn Waters
    Published about 17 hours ago
    RedBubble

    RedBubble

    So I got a redbubble my first year of college and I didn't really post much. I was just going to use it to make extra money on the side honestly. Though I found it hard to make a sale for anything I posted on there. I just recently had people like a product but just they like something that doesn't mean they will buy it.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published about 17 hours ago
    ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ spoilers August 3-7

    ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ spoilers August 3-7

    Soaps She Knows is revealing that love will be in the air this week on The Bold and the Beautiful. Many of your favorite characters will be dealing with mixed emotions and here is what is supposed to take place. Steffy will be recuperating from her accident and her new doctor will surprise her with a house call. Earlier spoilers said this will be a new love interest for Ms. Forrester. Fans are not enthused because thus far, the writers continue to have Hope and Steffy in a triangle with Liam and any romance with other men has not lasted. Spoilers also say that Liam visits his baby mama and tells her he would not have wanted to lose her. It sounds like he has some unresolved feelings so the new man may be in for some competition.
  • Julia Valentina
    Published a day ago
    4 Fictional German Characters

    4 Fictional German Characters

    Growing up in Germany I loved watching American television and films. Especially animated shows and action movies. But that also meant for me that I grew up with a lot of German characters that are the bad guys.
  • Netflix Buzz
    Published a day ago
    ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Season 1 Recap

    ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Season 1 Recap

    In 1989, 43 children were born with superpowers, seven of which were adopted by a mysterious and unyielding billionaire named Reginald Hargreeves (Colm Feore). Raised by the strict and abusive Reginald and a kind caretaking robot named Grace (Jordan Robbins) and a dapper walking, talking primate named Pogo, the seven Hargreaves children are forged into a dysfunctional superhero team called The Umbrella Academy. Rather than call them by their names, Reginald assigned them numbers according to their perceived usefulness.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published a day ago
    'The Bold and the Beautiful' Thomas returns with a new attitude

    'The Bold and the Beautiful' Thomas returns with a new attitude

    Thomas Forrester has pulled some crazy stunts on The Bold and the Beautiful and thus far has gotten away with them all. Among his misdeeds are the following: He got in his car and chased Emma as she was driving, which led her to crash her vehicle and die. He pushed Shauna to have an affair with Ridge, so she would take him away from Brooke. In an attempt to win Hope back Tom the terrible drugged Liam, which led to Liam sleeping with Steffy, but it did not reunite Steam. He set it up so that Hope would see Steffy kiss Liam and also allowed everyone to think he died when he fell into a vat of acid, which really was water.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published a day ago
    "The Iliad" by Homer

    "The Iliad" by Homer

    This is a book I first read when I was fifteen years’ old and honestly I can say that I was so entranced by it and so invested in it, I really didn’t want it to end. It took me a while to read because upon first time, there was a lot of stuff about Ancient Greece and the Trojan War I had to look up whilst doing so, especially the stuff concerning geographical locations and the section about the ships. However, when I finished it, I felt some sense of loss, like I had finished something that had just changed my life entirely and I had no idea what it would do to me in the coming future. From the raging wrath of Achilles to the burial of Hector, breaker of horses - this book came to change everything I had once believed about war. In war, there’s always a side that’s less violent, a side that’s right and a side that’s moral - but not here. Not in “The Iliad”. In this text, both sides were as violent and blood-thirsty as each other and both had a complete disregard for the well-being of anyone on the other side. They were trained to hate each other and racially, though they may not be so different - they were completely different in all of their views concerning the key woman and her status - Helen of Troy. This book was one of the most immersive things I had ever read in my life and I have read it a few times since, I have even taught it to students who have called it one of the greatest war books they have ever read. Why? Well because it’s not all out war. It’s rage, it’s difference, it’s backstabbing and deception, it’s regret and sadness and finally, it’s a one-on-one showdown between the two great heroes of the epic from the two opposing sides: Achilles of the Greeks and Hector of the Trojans. And the prize? Well, nothing but the dignity of their side over the death of innocent Patroclus. Patroclus who meant zero harm whatsoever and only want to fight on behalf of Achilles, who would not. All in all, we could say that this is Agamemnon’s fault for stealing Briseis from Achilles in the first place. But this is not a feasible excuse for Achilles’ behaviour of rage, wrath and ignorance.
  • Netflix Buzz
    Published a day ago
    5 Best New Movies on Netflix in August 2020
  • MovieBabble
    Published a day ago
    “What’s In the Box?”: Analyzing the Mystery Box

    “What’s In the Box?”: Analyzing the Mystery Box

    The biggest challenge for any movie is getting the audience to care. You have to draw the audience into the story and the lives of the characters before the film can have any real meaning. This doesn’t mean that the audience has to love or even like the characters, but they have to be invested or inquisitive about the characters and their world. An easy way to draw people in is to raise a question about the world, or, to open a mystery box.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published a day ago
    Classic Movie Review: 'Mo Better Blues' is Spike Lee's Least Loved Classic

    Classic Movie Review: 'Mo Better Blues' is Spike Lee's Least Loved Classic

    Mo Better Blues is not one of Spike Lee’s most well remembered movies. The follow up to his inflammatory masterpiece, Do the Right Thing, Mo Better Blues is a complete change of pace. The film owes far more to Spike’s She’s Gotta Have It than Do the Right Thing. Mo Better Blues is a character piece, rather plot-less, but with an undeniable personality, life, and energy.