What is an epic night out without an accidental drug trip? In Booksmart, Molly (Beanie Feldstein) and Amy’s (Kaitlyn Dever) attempt at partying is slightly derailed when Gigi (Billie Lourd) slips them a little something. The result is a hilarious scene in wh…
Super Blood Hockey has had a resurgence recently and I have opted to see what all the talk was about. I was met with a visceral and brutal re-imagining of a classic sport game. The game throws the player straight in with you, the coach, talking to the Receptionist about registering a team in the […]
A few things amaze me about this movie: That it was intended as a sequel to 1967’s Valley of the Dolls, a veritable smorgasbord of sleaze and stupidity that I adore with all my heart, but which was a sizeable mainstream success. That 20th Century Fox would hire Russ Meyer and Roger Ebert to make it. […]
Kate Brown is nearly 2 years old. She seemed to be fine when she was born, she was sweet, quiet, she was good at nursing and sleeping. "It was a dream at first," says her mother, Rachael. "Looking back now I see all the signs – the look back is very tortured. But we didn't […]
Hey, you ever think that maybe taking a shower is just about taking a shower and there aren’t any deep life lessons that can be learned while you’re cleaning your belly button? Me neither! Little bit of a blessing/curse situation with thinking about self-development is that there are little nuggets of wisdom everywhere if you’re […]
Inverclyde Royal Hospital. INVERCLYDE Royal is to take on specialist ‘navigators’ to support victims of violence brought in to the casualty department. They will work within the emergency department at its busiest times, helping people who have been assaulted or are experiencing crisis or distress due to alcohol or drug issues and mental health problems. […]
Elderly patients with heart failure who see a pharmacist once a week are more likely to take their tablets and be active in daily life, according to new results. from Top Health News — ScienceDaily http://bit.ly/2X8AKda
Processing (verb) perform a series of mechanical or chemical operations on (something) in order to change or preserve it. May has been a time of processing for me. I turned 50, and in April had “officially” been living with multiple sclerosis for 10 years. Turning 50, while a milestone for sure, don’t really feel any […]
This is a continuation of my original short story, Leo. It starts off a little before the previous story finished.
176. One can envision scenarios that incorporate aspects of more than one of the possibilities that we have just discussed. For instance, it may be that machines will take over most of the work that is of real, practical importance, but that human beings will be kept busy by being given relatively unimportant work. It […]
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Why are we afraid and how does this manifest in our brains? A new study published on May 16 in the journal Neuron tells us a little more about the functioning of this emotion still too little known of science. According to the international team, traces left in the brain by fear would form in […]
“Damn it! Why do you keep worrying about Kuji!” -Enta Jinai to Kazuki Yasaka, Sarazanmai, Episode 7 Enta Jinai is a disaster, both relatable and familiar.
Help for STI I learned that I have Chlamydia, went to the doctor and got the medicine recently. But the last time I had sex with my Chlamydia positive boyfriend was today; do I need to wait before taking the medicine in case having sex alters the effectiveness of the drug? Or is it safe […]
When I was in my teens I already knew what the rules were in the house. NO Sex NO Drugs but they were those who didn’t get the message that NO means NO. For some reason I became more advocating in Pro Choice than I realized. Yes I took Birth Control in my 20s determined […]