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I’m watching Urban Legend and didn’t remember bb Jared Leto was in it.

Rebecca Gayheart was/is so pretty
That was peak Jared hotness for me
I kind of love that movie, Loretta Devine was m favorite. And I loved Rebecca's hair!
I'm watching the sequel

Eva Mendes and Jennifer Morrison are in it which i had ZERO memory of
It’s wild all the “young Hollywood” they got at the time and then everyone went onto varying levels of fame
I remember begging my dad to take me to that movie, lmao.
I watched it because of Michael Rosenbaum aka the best Lex Luthor
I'm halfway through Haunting of Bly Manor, how is everyone enjoying it?
I finished it yesterday and loved it. It's slower like others said, but I still enjoyed it a lot.
[Spoiler (click to open)]I felt like the plot halfway through wasn’t really the plot at the end. You have a long way to go! But overall I binged it in a day.
Ooh, interesting! I'm waiting for it to pick up but I'm enjoying it so far.
I have two episodes left and have been enjoying it. It's pretty slow, but I'm glad I stuck with it (and it's less scary than Hill House which is fine with me because I'm a chicken)
I finished it a couple nights ago. I liked it, but didn't LOVE it. It seemed a bit inconsistent to me, and some parts really dragged on.
Honestly, hated it. Not in the sense it was BAD persay, but it just... wasn't horror. It was a slow ass telling of a bunch of relationships that involved some ghosts. I was so looking forward to be spooked since Hill House got me to my core, even when it got cheesy near the end. But this took that last episode and just retold it for 9 episodes.
I enjoyed it! The ending was not what I expected to say the least. I did feel that we got to know the characters better this time around. But like the user above said, it deg took a turn.

I do prefer HoHH tho but this is a close second.
Will we ever get to a point where the only solution for uterine issues ISN'T a hysterectomy? Is there interest in and funding for that kind of research? I mean, we've refined ECT so it doesn't just destroy the entire brain, but the solution for fibroids is still- inevitably- chuck the whole uterus away?

I've known several women who've tried everything else first- birth control, surgery, only to have them regrow, uterine ablation, which made things worse for some- only to arrive at that door. I'm about to join those ranks, if a) this pandemic ever ends and I can get into an OR, and b) insurance even approves (I'm young and childless, I'm sure my pain is irrelevant in the face of that second point, though perhaps they've gotten less misogynistic on that one?).

This is just a rant about how I've been bleeding for four straight months since my ablation- and despite being on BC, as well- and how there's really nothing I can do about it for the next little while, until I end up in the ER again, severely anemic, as I did just days before lockdown.
Is this an endo thing? What kind of uterine issues bb?
Fibroids. Something quite a lot of women my race and age get but "live with," while I've ended up with a neverending period as a result.

The ablation- which I've learned I shouldn't have had, w/o taking care of the fibroids separately- was for an overgrown lining. It briefly helped with volume, but the length of my period hasn't changed at all. In fact, has worsened. That's the still-there fibroids.

The (black) women I mentioned going through the same steps only to end up needing a hysto were also dealing with fibroids, not a different condition.

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I was genuinely in a rage the day that was announced. I searched through page after page of comments on twitter and not a single one even mentioned that he is a convicted rapist.
This! Everyone laughs about how he talks funny and punches real good and loves pigeons, but he's a violent piece of shit

ahkna

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I need a hug
*hugs*
the school district i'm student teaching at just announced that they're going back to 100% in person learning starting in november.

honestly, ours is one of the only districts in the area who has managed to successfully do hybrid learning but i'm still a bit nervous.
Whats the tldr about lily james and Dominic west story and the feud btwn the original and reboot charmed?
Lily and Dominic were spotted making out but the wife said they had a strong marriage. So they did a walk for the papz the next day and handed a note saying everything was fine.
ontd, what are your favorite non-YA or romance books? not opposed to YA or romance, just have way too many recs for those already
I LOVE banana yoshimoto's work. Some have a bit of romance in them but are SO good
I've really liked these ones recently
Lagoon by Nnedi Okorafor
The Girl with the Louding Voice by Abi Dare
Salvation Day by Kali Wallace
Home Baked: My Mom, Marijuana, and the Stoning of San Francisco by Alia Volz (this one is SO good)
Behind The Scenes At The Museum by Kate Atkinson, The All Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion by Fannie Flagg, Kick Me by Paul Feig. My Notorious Life by Kate Manning.

archersangel

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fiction
The Roma Sub Rosa series by Steven Saylor
The Masters of Rome series by Colleen McCullough
Madonna of the Seven Hills & Light on Lucrezia (sometimes combined into one book called The Borgias) by Jean Plaidy
The Parasol Protectorate series by Gail Carriger

non-fiction
Mistress of the Vatican: The True Story of Olimpia Maidalchini: The Secret Female Pope by Eleanor Herman
King, Kaiser, Tsar: Three Royal Cousins Who Led the World to War by Catrine Clay
The Cat Who Went to Paris, A Cat Abroad & The Cat Who'll Live Forever by Peter Gethers
Queen of the Road: The True Tale of 47 States, 22,000 Miles, 200 Shoes, 2 Cats, 1 Poodle, a Husband, and a Bus with a Will of Its Own by Doreen Orion
Sex with the Queen: 900 Years of Vile Kings, Virile Lovers, and Passionate Politics & Sex with Kings: 500 Years of Adultery, Power, Rivalry, and Revenge by Eleanor Herman
I don't need to be loved by you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Has anyone watched Bad Boy Billionaires - India? This is the true crime I really like: white collar crimes. It’s really interesting.
Yes I watched it was super interesting! That Kingfisher guy though what a prick - those people working all that time for no pay while he partied it up. Also like the one about that guy’s pyramid/Ponzi scheme.

Hope they do more for other countries.
I impulsively bought myself a Nintendo Switch for Treat Yo Self day; haven't touched a gaming console since N64 so I am super confused lol
What games did you get?
Ring Fit Adventure
Mario Party
Super Mario Bros U Deluxe

colorstoobright

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colorstoobright

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God I hate Facebook so much! One of the only reasons I haven't gotten rid of it is because it helps me to find work. But every time I try to share my personal website Facebook fucking flags it and won't even let me post it. It's literally just my name followed by .com. Wtf?! It would be if I posted like, sarah.com. How is that a bad link?
How will you put candy out for Halloween?
I'm wondering the same thing. Like what is the safest way! I live with my grandparents so I have to protect them the best I can.
I won't. lol. Trick or Treating is supposed to be canceled in my city. So... sorry, kids? Don't egg my house?
We usually get less than 10 kids, so I think we'll just put out a bowl that says help yourself. I bought little paper treat bags, so each one will have a handful of candy in it.
I think zip lock bags in a bowl.
I'm making up little goody bags and will put them out on a table in front of my garage, I think. My city has said for people to trick or treat with their family, in their own neighborhoods and no doorbell ringing/no handing out candy physically. I'm hoping the weather is decent so I can at least sit in my garage to see people and re-fill the table lol
just got done watching it and i thought it was really good. sacha baron cohen did a great job imo.

as someone from chicago, i always heard about the riot in 68 and my grandpas polar opposites on the subject my whole life it was interesting to see the topic heavily debated my whole life get a movie. my grandpa, who was a firefighter for chicago, always talked so ill of the police because of how that was handled by them and the mayor always spoke about that moment as something shameful. meanwhile my other grandpa looked at it as the highest praise of the police force and the mayor who didn't take shit. always the heavily debated subject of many long time chicago families to this day.