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well, time and place matters unfortunately. had a similar experience when i was your age. hated breaking up, but now i can see it was the right thing. if it feels right it is, and if it doesn't feel right in some way then it's wrong. it's not about the things you can identify, it's about that gut feeling - things you can't quite put your finger on. you have to be a little bit selfish (as long as you're not being a dick). learnt that the hard way, and then (when much...
i have yet to see it, partly from the fear that like most historical movies it will take too many liberties to make the story more compelling. Does it show the infamous balcony appearance of Chamberlain after Munich or Churchill's reaction to it? George VI has to take responsibility for that. The movie also omits mention of Louis Greig, the King's long-time mentor and confidant: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/f...ey-mentor.html Louis was aristocratic, and it...
thanks indesertum - that's great. wish i could move... i used to think lindyhop was the coolest but might have to revist that
well the chest pains and lethargy can also be symptoms of a busy and stressful year. i wouldn't beat yourself up about doing a crash after december and needing to zone out for a while. a bit of exercise, some clean eating, and trying a positive outlook (hard at times...) can all help. best
Oh dear. Bach is the musician's composer. Wonderful, but not actually that good a "composer". Opaque, impenetrable, unecessarily difficult to execute (for little corresponding gain), and not that effective on the concert platform. I love listening to and playing Bach though. I guess a lot of musos have more personal affection for Bach than any other. I don't see how Handel can be overlooked in place of the some the relative 19th century mediocrities he rates. Handel was...
"the opportunity" is accepted idiom. "an" opportunity sounds wishy-washy. no points for being indirect, say what you mean.
Enjoyed it. Quite different from the previous movies, without the Hogwarts setting. Far more mature take on the characters, and effectively conveyed them moving into self-reliance. Colour palette and locations were fantastic, and for SF'ers interesting to see the shawl collars and slightly edgier / more relevant clothing for the main characters. was it my imagination, or were there a lot more full length body shots in this film? shows the characters as whole people, nice...
OP she's still living with the guy! nuff said.
I don't agree with most of the criticisms on this thread (except maybe leather quality). What you've got is a bike-style jacket. it should be longer through the body so it still covers your back, especially when riding. aiming for the belt line is a good bet IMO. i think the red jacket pictured is too short for that reason. as to detailing, well fashions come and go. the super-plain jackets favoured on this forum will look out of date in a few years. a good bike jacket...
Pneumonia Died in a Florida hospital. It's a big building with patients, but that's not important right now...
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