"According to The Mirror, Kudo felt that the taxi driver's stories were reliable as each driver had started their meter. "
@laura__palmer Yes, sorry, I misread your post! Your reply wasn't showing up for me when I posted.
@cat I'm not really especially concerned about examining that, because the way I feel physically tells me I'm not the right weight at the moment anyway. If I manage to lose the weight and I also look better for it, then that will be a bonus.
@laura__palmer I wouldn't call it a moral obligation, because I agree with Cat's take on that but otherwise, yes, all of this.
"US President Donald Trump's physician says the president is experiencing "no symptoms" of COVID-19 after returning home from the hospital. "
There were never any accusations that Ellen had been unkind to big celebrities, so yeah, of course, they've had positive interactions with her. She wants them to come back on her show! How she treats those who she probably views as expendable - writers, assistants, crew, small-time celebs and non-celeb guests - is far more important to me.
I don't do anything to mine. I think I plucked a single hair out once, in my late teens, just to see what it felt like! There's nothing I would want to change about my eyebrows, so I just leave well enough alone.
@michael Oh, well, as long as he was nice to you, who cares about the multiple violent incidents in his past? 🙄
@michael I've made mistakes, as we all have, but I've never assaulted anyone. Are you telling on yourself here, Michael? Why are you so quick to jump to the defence of someone with multiple violent incidents in their past?
@guest2 It's not yet confirmed that the person's illness was a side effect related to the vaccine. The reason they've suspended the trial is so they can investigate to see if it was caused by the vaccine.
I know you warned us at the start that it made no sense but this video was even weirder than I was expecting. I don't know if I could have ever been adequately prepared for it.
@rush I didn't see it in this article but the judge was concerned that he wouldn't be able to get another job if he lost his job with the police and had a conviction recorded.
So yeah, more concern for this guy's future job prospects than for the woman whose privacy and safety were violated in such an egregious way, by the very people she went to for protection.
I wash mine once a week and I genuinely cannot be bothered to do it any more often than that. It is such a process to dry it and style it so that it looks presentable. It's clean, I have no scalp issues, so I figure I'm good.
@snorks I agree but I don't think most people really think like that about movies. They just figure if they enjoyed it, it's a good movie and if they didn't, it's a bad movie. If it's genuinely the movie they have enjoyed least of all the movies they've ever seen, then yeah, it's going to be the worst movie ever, for them. And they're not really wrong - it's just not the way others might think about movies.
@guest147 They also seem to be tremendous sources of anxiety for some mothers. None of my friends have enjoyed their experiences with mothers' groups. If I was a mum, you couldn't pay me to attend a mothers' group.
@cat That doesn't mean everyone is going to like it though.
Mr & Mrs Smith was so awful. My friend wanted to see it, so I semi-reluctantly went with her. I hated it and couldn't wait to vent about it the second it was over. I was sure my friend had to be hating it as much as I was. Then when it finished, my friend turned to me and exclaimed "that was good!" Sigh.