My best friend in high school, John, and I had aspirations of one day working in the field of law enforcement. I continued to flirt with the notion, of starting a career in that noble profession, many more times thereafter. 1,209 more words
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MERRY KI YAY, FATHER CHRISTMAS.
A most happy holiday and hospitable New Year to you, true believers! Welcome to a special (very late) holiday edition of Ink Tank, where we jolly merrymakers are talking about the jolliest of all Christmas classics to be put to celluloid on the silver screen. 218 more words
After a particularly brow-wrinkle-inducing week consisting of: 50+ hours of work, 5 days of gym/running, a parking ticket and a very large, unanticipated medical bill, the “normal” life requirements like laundry, grocery shopping, sleeping, and keeping up with personal hygiene, all while attempting to maintain a relationship and social life- I found myself thinking, “ 369 more words
We bought the Lethal Weapon set. Oh yes. So far we’ve watched the first three.
Oh the bromance. Oh Mel Gibson’s hair.
The third film’s opening credits are to Sting’s “It’s Probably Me,” which smooshy adolescent me thought was incredibly romantic and older cynical me realises is frighteningly stalker-ish. 1,234 more words
Turkish police forces had proven themselves to have almost no limits when it comes to suppressing anti-government protests over the years. One major example that has come to be known globally is the Gezi Park protests, investigations regarding which are still going on. 333 more words