Requiem for a Dream? This is a very disturbing movie, but it stars Ellen Burstyn of The Exorcist Fame, Jared Leto, Marlon Wayans and Christopher McDonald who may not need any introduction.
This is not a fair question to ask bibliophiles. I will therefore list more than one, but not in any particular order:
Thomas Hardy: you really must read Tess of the d'Urbervilles.
Agatha Christie, Stephen King, Toni Morrison,
Matthew Gregory Lewis: his novel, The Monk, is extremely disturbing. Netflix would totally approve of the 👿 content.
Thomas King: The Truth about Stories is awesome.
Daniel Defoe, Jonathan Swift. I also enjoy historical fiction.
With all of this talk of "toxic masculinity" in mainstream media, I was wondering about the concept of "toxic femininity." Women can be extremely toxic too towards each other as well as towards men. Have any of you experienced this? How did you deal with it? Do share your insights with us about your ideas behind "toxic" people.
Great algerstonia and Slatos Empire
The survival of liberty for players residing in Institute of Cellulose is at threat right now. The very existence of that region is in danger, their admin cannot get whatever bill they are vetoing right because they literally cannot tell one bill's title from another. The authorities in parliament are under threat of basically being abolished for proposing more different, unique bills to vote on. This is going to be extremely threatening to the base of liberty in Institute Of Cellulose. Its already enough that an unelected monarch has powers in place to disable any bill without further consideration. If the entire authority of parliament is abolished, the turmoil is going to be extreme. Zarbik has gotta do his job of serving the region residents who elected him and stop fearing the power of parliament admins and the possible bills they can consider.
Hello elk poo dumpster
Can you please put the deer at the front door in one of your dumpsters? I'm sure they'll produce plenty of poo for you to harvest as long as they have sweetgrass to eat.