Her name hasn’t been “Middleton” since 2011.
I like the necklace but imho the earrings with the necklace are too ‘matchy.’ The colour of the dress does set her hair off beautifully.
The only thing he’s not doing well is talking about his daughter to the media.
“While I strongly support trying to understand how and why people think the way they do, relying on affective empathy—feeling [emphasis: mine] another’s pain—causes us to focus on anecdotes, favor individuals similar to us, and harbor other irrational and dangerous biases. Being emotionally unengaged helps us better…
goddammit, I just came in here to read the article but I can’t because these damn tears are making things blurry.
You’re only 4 inches tall?!?! OH MY GOD!!!!!
But yet, they were so far away from your legs you never even felt the wetness.
So THAT is how you’re supposed to dance to that kind of music?!? Wow... that video is mesmerizing, I am sad that I missed this particular cultural trend.
Omg alloy! This was my shiiiiiit. I would rock Paul frank and roxy all day, everyday.
I wish for those wide leg overalls RN. I love manrepeller fashion most of all.
Oh boy, my younger ex-dj-boyfriend is going to be very upset, but he probably won’t techno for an answer.
Thanks for sharing that. So it’s similar to how most Citizens of the USA just say America then?
I’m sorry you experienced that Kat.
I am sorry for what you went through with your mom and your ex.
The restraining part is difficult. Having some trouble reading these responses. How does one calm down when the person threatening you is restraining you?
I’m sorry you experienced that. That is the terrible thing is that we still think of protecting these men from consequences of their own terrible actions. Oh he might lose his dignity and career and endure the horrors of prison. Nevermind that he just tried to harm another person.
Because you don’t need to be a native Korean speaker to pronounce the city correctly. That many Americans would initially mispronounce the name is all the MORE reason to make sure to pronounce it correctly in broadcasts.
It’s an animated French film from the early 70's called Fantastic Planet. It’s part of the Criterion Collection, but I think you can find it on YouTube.
I heard they have some design flaws.