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Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

 

Gaaaaaaaaah. This books is just <3.

Okay, so I was meant to write a review on John Green’s “An Abundance of Katherines” (which I’ll do soon) but I got caught up reading this book afterwards and thought I’d write about this instead! 417 more words

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Discussion! Bats v Supes and the Super-Serious DC Cinematic Universe

It’s no secret that Warner Bros. and DC Comics have more than a bit of work ahead of them to catch up with Marvel in terms of establishing a cohesive cinematic superhero universe. 837 more words

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PART 2: THE BNP AND ITS GRASSROOTS COMMUNICATION & ‘WANT TO BE’ MPs

This is the second element of the internal strategy. Following on from addressing the grievance of the supporters, it is vital that they are communicated with and listened to in order to increase their participation in an effective manner. 1,008 more words

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Some Heavy Downpours for the Holiday Weekend

Rain isn’t necessarily a guarantee in every spot across the Tennessee Valley this weekend, but there’s a high likelihood at least one shower or storm moves through your neighborhood at some point either Saturday or Sunday. 139 more words

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I never liked Angelina Jolie. Her acting just plain sucks. Brad Pitt? Younger I love. Older…mheh. Now I can’t stand them. 402 more words

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Teen Stereotypes

There are stereotypes for basically anything in existence on this earth. Some have negative impacts and some have positive; some have utterly no impact.

Some classic stereotypes are that Americans are fat, the English are posh, the ‘popular’ girls are cheerleaders, if a guy takes part in ballet class, he is gay, and that teenagers these days are purely a large inconvenience and are probably going to party loudly all night and completely disrupt your life. 302 more words

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Let's You and Him Fight

Saying that the internet is a volatile and dangerous place is a lot like saying ‘Water is wet’ or more appropriately ‘Water can kill you’; it’s an unfortunate truth about something seemingly innocuous, inviting, and friendly. 1,251 more words

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