In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale. In the other, Wrath of the Titans, the sequel to the widely panned remake from 2010. Continue reading this post. After 16 years of constant surgeries and pain, nothing can compare to the pain of people stares and comments. Imagine going through so many surgeries, then meeting someone and the first thing they say is: happened to your face? Have you tried surgery? could not accept my scars and the main reason was because I had not accepted them myself. I couldn accept that this accident did happen to me and this is my face forever..
Oh man. So like, I do the exact same where I start talking about a random minor character (Static Shock for one) and feel shocked when no one knows him. But then I sometimes say in with Batman! How can you not know? and then yeah I can see how that would be gatekeeping when really, who doesn know the wonderful show of Static Shock.
Social Monopolies: Social monopolies are generally owned and managed by the State. They are also known as state monopolies. Examples of State monopolies are railways, harbors, canals and the central bank. How convenient that Britney Spears’s suspiciously similarly titled Circus comes out Dec. 2!Are the Take That boys social commentators, desperate leeches eager to benefit from Spears’s and Winehouse’s infamy, or merely celebrity obsessed, just everyone else? Perhaps the answer is D: All of the above.Posted: 2008/11/21 at 9:57 AMWhy do you have to distort the news??? All over the UK the news don’t say that Take That are “criticizing” Amy (like YOU do), they’re saying that they are paying tribute to her.”Take That Winehouse Tribute: Take That’s forthcoming Circus LP contains a song inspired by troubled singer Amy WinehouseTake That have written a new track in tribute to troubled popstar Amy Winehouse according to a report in The Sun (.)”Even being just rumours, please don’t distort things!!!Posted: 2008/11/22 at 12:04 AM[quote]Are the Take That boys social commentators, desperate leeches eager to benefit from Spears’s and Winehouse’s infamy, or merely celebrity obsessed, just everyone else? Perhaps the answer is D: All of the above.[/quote]Seeing that they’ve just sold 35 million gbp pounds worth of tickets(fastest selling tour in UK history) without any mention of MrsWino and already had chosen the circus before Britneys title was released I choose E: get your facts right lovePosted: 2008/11/23 at 6:05 PMsniff, sniff What’s that smell? Perhaps it’s ignorance or jealousy? Seriously, Vicky, how dare you speak of Take That like you think you know who they are? Will it be that Canadian Take That fans won’t buy their new album because of your pathetic and stupid comment? If so, then you’re ruining Take That’s chances of getting recognition in N. America thanks to you.