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Sordid and Scandal

Nothing says writer’s block quite like a blank page with the indicator bar flashing repeatedly.  For Joe, it was something that he probably shouldn’t admit to.   373 more words

Writing

losing it...slowly

I officially want to admit that I think I am going through a midlife crisis.I don’t know why but I’m guessing it has something to do with the fact that I’m aging in a week’s time to 19.Is that possible?That i have the same signs that a woman turning 40 would have?Okay i am just gonna list down some signs or rather changes that i have noticed and i just want you guys to tell me if it’s normal to go through this coz of aging okay?okay. 1,288 more words

2 Chainz

ヽ(o`皿′o)ノ Cheaters, You're Not the Only Victims!

A couple years ago, my ex-US History teacher uncovered a massive cheating scandal thriving in my high school. She was a, whatchamacallit, whistleblower. The word… 503 more words

Video: Scott Foley talks 'Scandal' season 4 on 'The View'

Scott Foley was featured on the October 20th episode of The View. In his interview, Scott talks his character Jake’s fate on Scandal: “these days in television, you’re never safe.” 17 more words

TV

Introduction

After splitting up from a 3 year long relationship, I decided to cut my losses and create a Tinder account. In the nine months I have been a member of Tinder I have seen it all, the good, the bad and the ugly. 134 more words

Comedy

Shonda Rhimes slams critics of gay sex scenes in ‘Scandal’ and ‘Murder’ shows

Shonda Rhimes, already a writing and producing legend for writing and/or producing four hit prime-time shows — with more on the way — tried to peel the backside of one of her critics who took exception to the alleged gratuitous gay sex scenes in two of her most popular TV shows, “Scandal” and “How to Get Away With Murder.” 76 more words

Entertainment

Shonda Rhimes Slams Critic of Gay Sex Scenes in 'Scandal' and 'Murder' Shows

Shonda Rhimes, already a writing and producing legend for writing and/or producing four hit prime-time shows — with more on the way — tried to peel the backside of one of her critics who took exception to the alleged gratuitous gay sex scenes in two of her most popular TV shows, “Scandal” and “How to Get Away With Murder.” 76 more words

Entertainment