MyDearPeabody
MyDearPeabody
6/14/19
4:40 PM
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It certainly did! Although, in principal it stayed the same — the people chose none of the selections on offer — but yeah, that whole thing went way off the rails. Read more

3/28/19
10:02 PM
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An introduction to Matt Berry? As if Matt Berry NEEDS an introduction, you heathens!

3/28/19
10:02 PM
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An introduction to Matt Berry? As if Matt Berry NEEDS an introduction, you heathens!

3/28/19
9:55 PM
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My husband had to point out to me that it was Jessica Williams. Seriously, it was that fast. 

3/28/19
9:54 PM
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I love your comment about it seeming smaller so much. I’ve argued with so many HP fans over that very thing. Read more

3/28/19
9:51 PM
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I have SO MANY THOUGHTS about that damn skull, and none of them are any good. And I am with you! The Jacob/Queenie story COULD have made sense -- if they’d developed it over, say, 2 movies instead of one. The Credence / Nagini story COULD have made sense -- if they’d given us any real reason to be invested in them, AT Read more

3/24/19
9:19 PM
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I thought so! The movie I thought I saw absolutely wrecked me — a portrait of unwavering selfless devotion in the face of dementia? A man who loves his wife so much he’ll put himself through pain again and again because it makes her happy, and brings back some of her memories of her life? Read more

3/24/19
9:15 PM
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I’m sorry, you may need to find the line for me. I don’t recall ever including Eddard as one of those who blurs the lines.

5/30/18
9:49 AM
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Psssh, we LOVED TLJ, so you are in good company! And I agree that this movie is very watchable. It’s way more watchable than I expected, to be honest! It’s fun, so #whynot?

3/23/18
2:50 PM
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Yeah, it has. The peak of their relationship was in their late teens/early twenties, if my estimate is right. Read more

3/23/18
9:43 AM
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I think we’re going to see more chemistry between Dumbledore and Scamander than Dumbledore and Grindelwald, despite what the canon storyline says. Read more

3/23/18
9:43 AM
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Seriously, HOW HARD would it have been??? He’s performed beyond ANYONE’S expectations, including mine. He NAILED it. The entire viewing audience would be grateful if they’d just find a magic solution to bringing him back.

3/23/18
9:42 AM
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The first movie is actually surprisingly good. I was extremely skeptical and was so pleased with how solid a film was. Read more

1/16/18
10:08 AM
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It really was. And if you’ve got any background in Christianity at all, his struggles to understand Christianity are HILARIOUS. At one point he puts an icthus on his real estate ad, which he calls the Jesus fish. And then in his internal monologue, he frets that if he says the wrong thing the Christian Business Read more

1/14/18
8:49 PM
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Recently finished The Almost True Story of Ryan Fisher, about a non-religious real estate guy who stumbles and lies his way into running a mega church. It was laugh out loud funny, and yet sincere and touching. Deeply enjoyable read. Now I’m on to finding something new!

1/14/18
8:47 PM
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I use Nail envy by OPI to keep my nails from peeling, and Essie has a gel topcoat that you can use with any of their polishes to make it more long-lasting, like a gel polish, without the lamp and the whole gel process. Read more