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What You Should Watch: ‘Please Like Me’ and Films Leaving Netflix
November 9, 2017
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I know 10-episode seasons are increasingly de rigueur, and lots of European series have even fewer episodes than that, but I still feel a little robbed when season finales come this quickly after season premieres. This is it for “Veep?” We’ve only just begun!

This weekend I’ll be watching several pre-Olympics events — United States gymnastics championships, swimming and diving trials — because I am a total Olympics nut. Televise more, NBC! I’d watch judo. I’d watch preliminary javelin rounds. I’d watch mascot tryouts.

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Josh Thomas in “Please Like Me.” Credit Pivot

This Weekend I Have … Half an Hour, and I Have an Open Heart

“Please Like Me,” on Hulu

Watch if you like thoughtful, observational comedy and coming-of-age stories.

The show’s creator Josh Thomas stars as a loose version of himself in this extraordinarily lovable Australian comedy about a college student who has just come out. He’s dealing with doofy roommates, a suicidal mother and his own (sweet) awkwardness. If you like “My Mad Fat Diary,” or if you wish quirky indie movies had more developed stories, try “Please Like Me.” There’s even a cute dog. Hulu currently has 16 half-hour episodes but 26 have aired in Australia.

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Sascha Radetsky, left, and Peter Gallagher in “Center Stage: On Pointe.” Credit Ricardo Hubbs/Lifetime

… Two Hours, and I Like to Flutter

“Center Stage: On Pointe,” Saturday, 8 p.m., Lifetime.

Watch if you like dance movies or Peter Gallagher when he’s angry.

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When “Center Stage” came out in 2000, who among us would have guessed it would spawn two made-for-TV follow-ups. This one, arriving eight years after “Center Stage: Turn It Up” aired on Oxygen, follows in its predecessors’ achingly-arched footsteps: It’s heavy on dance and light on convincing dialogue. If you are expecting highbrow greatness, let’s step aside and have a little talk about looking for love in all the wrong places. But if you are in search of several dance-training montages, shot after shot of muscular legs and the kinds of dirty looks you typically only encounter on a C-grade Mexican telenovela, this is your jam.

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Mathieu Kassovitz in “The Bureau.” Credit Kino Lorber

10 Hours, and I Miss When ‘Homeland’ Was Good

The Bureau,” available on iTunes, where the first episode is free.

Watch if you like foreign thrillers and slow burns.

This French series centers on a spy (Mathieu Kassovitz, “Amélie”) who returns home to Paris after six years undercover in Syria. Six years that included a serious love affair with someone he’s not quite ready to say goodbye to. There’s also another agent who has disappeared under strange circumstances, a daughter who’s not sure what to make of her long-gone father and agency co-workers who may or may not be supporting his best interests.

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Sharukh Khan Romantic Movie Jab Harry Mate Sejal trailer is release : What a romantic trailer

SuperStar Sharukh Khan the king of bollywood and Anushka sharma trailer Jab Harry Met Sejal trailer was unveiled on Friday.Well the trailer is so good and movie is so romantic and both are looking so cool in movie.

With Jab Harry Met Sejal, Shah Rukh seems to navigate a familiar territory but not without taking risks. , his flamboyance is replaced with a ‘coolness’, and the infectious charm is replaced with ‘sexiness’. Unlike his other films, Shah Rukh’s humor has also got a dark undertone, making us want to discover his character. If you haven’t noticed the vacuum of romance in Hindi films lately, probably you were too busy. That’s why Jab Harry Met Sejal is a relief amid a plethora of loud, tacky Bollywood romantic films.

Like any other Imtiaz Ali film, Jab Harry Met Sejal caters to millennials. The film seems to be as clueless about romance and love as you and me. When did we become so practical? Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma seem to be playing two selfish and practical people. Anushka is only interested in finding her engagement ring, while Shah Rukh just wants to avoid the whole trouble. Both the characters also reflect a certain cynicism that probably shouldn’t shock you. There is a dialogue where Shah Rukh Khan says, “Sejal, don’t look back” harking back to Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. But Anushka’s smart, humorous reply confirms why this is not a regular romance.

Jab Harry Met Sejal is eventually going to be a love story. But it’s treatment and style raises our curiosity. The film’s whole texture feels new and peppy. There is an undertone of modernity in film’s.

It features Shah Rukh Khan as tour guide Harinder Singh Nehra who is slowly falling for a Gujarati tourist Sejal (Anushka Sharma). The twist in the tale is that Sejal is already engaged to somebody and seems like a traditional homely girl.

Anushka is seen looking for a ring even as SRK tries to convince her against it. It is quite possible that the movie revolves around Anushka’s search for the ring.

They begin to know each other through friendly banters and beautiful locales till the day of her return arrives.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/hindi/bollywood/news/jab-harry-met-sejal-trailer-shah-rukh-khan-and-anushka-sharma-promise-to-take-you-on-a-soul-searching-journey/articleshow/59699525.cms.

 

 

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The History of Rap &R&B.

In 1979 the sugar hill gang released there breaking hit rapers delight. Since then Rap has exploded on the scene as the number one music that teenagers young adults and even a crowed of older adults wave there hands in the air to. I remember when i was a kid i use to hear bits and pieces of rap songs by the FatBoys, Run DMC, LL COOL J, SLICK RICK and DOUG E Fresh, because we weren’t aloud to listen to it. At that time the year is 1981,1982, rap  took off that s all u heard in the black neighborhoods, on the kids boom boxes and crowds of people standing around people spinning on there backs and top of there heads. It was called breaking dancing, the smooth melody  of rap music could be heard playing when you seen large groups of people around card board boxes. It was a new area it took a lot of poor kids out the ghettos and move to better neighborhoods, turn a young black man or young woman in to a milliner over night . But back then the rap were way different then they are today, way different u hear me. It was more about the struggle of being a black person in America, and trying survive on the mean streets of New York city, Philly, LA, Detroit, Chi-Town, and every were else were blacks were living struggling. But the flavor of Rap Started in NewYork. And they had some of the winners of hiphop. Dig DaDDY Kane, Eric             B and Rukim. Raps meant something u got a message back then and who would have known even back then the powers that B had there hands all in it .I mean people wanting to get into the rap business that didn’t even know anything about the music, or the people. Around 1988 a new type of rap came out By a Group from cooption named NWA. There raps got the crowds hype i mean in fight mode. They had one song called fuck the police, that they got arrested for doing it live at a concert in Detroit. And it even got them some attention from the FBI. That era or gangster rap changed the game from that point on . It got crazy the raps got out of pocket, rapping about guns ,drugs,violnce, and calling woman bitches, and using a most 0ffensive word you can call the black man and the black woman NIGGER. I mean nigger this higher that. The cloths changed. Rap  represented everything wrong, i mean there was some rapers that tried to be positive. But there voice was not heard over what the people wanted. Its 2017 and the rap game to this day is off the hook, the raps are sloppy, and meaning less they glorify drugs sex with meltable people. Its like rap is the Drug dealers songs for here on out. The devil has his hands all in the music and the songs are so demonic, u can hear it in R&B also. And you should see what its doing to the children its making them crazy. They believe these people and want to be just like them. See the rapers tell the young man they ant nothing with out gold chains nice cars expensive clothes and some. so you have these young men out know out in the streets doing anything for the money . And on the other side the woman in R&B are telling the girls that the men or these lil boys aren’t anything with out money and gold and money.  God help the world now dark days are coming rap always have something  to do with the devil

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Song of the Day – Day 19 – Hey Jude

Welcome to my 19th post in my song of the day series. Today’s song in Hey Jude by The Beatles. Now I am going to start this post of controversially by stating that I am in fact not a fan of the Beatles, I am aware that may offend a lot of people but it is the truth and I am a fan of telling the truth. I do however like some of their songs and Hey Jude is one of them. My father on the other hand was a huge Beatles fan. The song was actually written about Julian John Lennon’s son to help him get through his parents’ divorce but was developed into Hey Jude instead of Hey Jules.  It was released in 1968 and at the time was the longest ever single to chart at 7 minutes 11 seconds long.

Hey Jude was a worldwide success upon its release and hit the top spot in the charts of 18 countries as well as hitting top 5 spots in a further 4 countries. It is number 10 in the all-time US chart. It is certified 4x Platinum in the US, Unfortunalty I could not find the certification levels for other countries but as the single sold over 8 million copies worldwide it is fair to say that it gained a few gold disks at least.

 

Here are the Lyrics:

“Hey Jude”
Hey, Jude, don’t make it bad
Take a sad song and make it better
Remember to let her into your heart
Then you can start to make it better

Hey, Jude, don’t be afraid
You were made to go out and get her
The minute you let her under your skin
Then you begin to make it better

And anytime you feel the pain,
Hey, Jude, refrain
Don’t carry the world upon your shoulders
For well you know that it’s a fool
Who plays it cool
By making his world a little colder

Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah nah

Hey, Jude, don’t let me down
You have found her, now go and get her
Remember to let her into your heart
Then you can start to make it better

So let it out and let it in,
Hey, Jude, begin
You’re waiting for someone to perform with
And don’t you know that it’s just you,
Hey, Jude, you’ll do
The movement you need is on your shoulder

Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah nah yeah

Hey, Jude, don’t make it bad
Take a sad song and make it better
Remember to let her under your skin
Then you’ll begin to make it better, better, better, better, better… oh!

Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude (Jude)
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude (yeah, yeah, yeah)
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude (don’t make it bad, Jude)
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude (take a sad song and make it better)
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude (oh, Jude)
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude (Jude, hey, Jude, whoa)
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude (ooh)
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude
Nah, nah nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah nah,
Hey, Jude

Quite repetative lyrics at the end but that doesn’t take away from the quality of the song.

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Song of the Day – Day 18 – Losing My Religion – R.E.M

The 18th song in my song of the day series which has taken about 3 months to write instead of 18 days is R.E.M Losing my Religion. This song was released in 1991 which is much earlier that I thought as in my head I remember it coming out but I was only 4 so maybe I don’t. The song was not expected to chart well but was played heavily on MTV due to its award-winning video. This bolstered its popularity and it ended up being the bands most successful hit and promoted R.E.M to a more mainstream fanbase. It hit number 4 in the US Billboard charts and 1 in the Rock Charts, 19 in the UK and top 10 in 9 other countries. It was certified Silver in the UK, Gold in the US and Platinum in Italy. The song isn’t actually about religion which may come a surprise to many, the phrase ‘losing my religion’ is a phrase commonly used in the Southern states of America to describe losing your temper. It makes sense really as I guess losing one’s temper is not very Christian and the Southern states of America are strong Christian states. It’s actually a love song about unrequited love and being at the end of your together, with a similar feel to Every Breath you take by The Police. Considering the initial serious feel of the song it is really quiet an upbeat pop song that you can dance along to. Overall it is one of my fave songs and many agree as it is listed as number 169 on Rolling Stones list of the greatest songs of all time.

Here are the Lyrics:

Life is bigger
It’s bigger
And you, you are not me
The lengths that I will go to
The distance in your eyes
Oh no, I’ve said too much
I set it up

That’s me in the corner
That’s me in the spotlight
Losing my religion
Trying to keep up with you
And I don’t know if I can do it
Oh no I’ve said too much
I haven’t said enough

I thought that I heard you laughing
I thought that I heard you sing
I think I thought I saw you try

Every whisper
Of every waking hour
I’m choosing my confessions
Trying to keep an eye on you
Like a hurt lost and blinded fool
Oh no, I’ve said too much
I set it up

Consider this
The hint of the century
Consider this
The slip that brought me
To my knees failed
What if all these fantasies
Come flailing around
Now I’ve said too much

I thought that I heard you laughing
I thought that I heard you sing
I think I thought I saw you try

But that was just a dream
That was just a dream

That’s me in the corner
That’s me in the spotlight
Losing my religion
Trying to keep up with you
And I don’t know if I can do it
Oh no I’ve said too much
I haven’t said enough

I thought that I heard you laughing
I thought that I heard you sing
I think I thought I saw you try

But that was just a dream, try, cry, why, try
That was just a dream, just a dream, just a dream
Dream

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Song of the Day 17 – The Needle and the damage done

There have been many a song written about Heroin over the years, Unfortunalty a lot of my favourite artists from the 60s 70s and 80s suffered from Heroin addiction and it was something that just couldn’t be ignored in the music industry. I am going to write an article about all the different songs about Heroin but for the sake of my song of the day series I am going to write about Neil Young’s – The Needle and the damage done.

Neil young stated that he had seen many musicians pass away from Heroin overdoses before they ever had the chance to become famous, and then it started happening to well-known musicians so he decided to write a song about it.

It is a short but powerful song at only 2minutes and 3 seconds long.  The song wasn’t released as a single it was featured on one of Neil Young’s Harvest album in 1972. The album didn’t do well critically at the time of release but has gained acclaim over time and is now thought to be one of Neil Young’s best works. It was voted 64th best album of all time by readers of Q magazine. Rolling Stone magazine who initially slated the album voted it 78th best album of all time in 2003.

Here are the lyrics:

I caught you knockin’
At my cellar door
I love you, baby,
Can I have some more
Ooh, ooh, the damage done.

I hit the city and
I lost my band
I watched the needle
Take another man
Gone, gone, the damage done.

I sing the song
Because I love the man
I know that some
Of you don’t understand
Milk-blood
To keep from running out.

I’ve seen the needle
And the damage done
A little part of it in everyone
But every junkie’s
Like a settin’ sun.

What do you think of these lyrics, I think they really depict the heart ache that heorin causes without being too obvious or crude. What do you think of songs like this? A lot of people find them ofensive due to the subject matter but I think these are the things that music should be used to highlight.

 

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New duet-album by Rhonda Vincent and Daryle Singletary “American Grandstand” out in July – it’s “Above And Beyond” classic country

Singletary, Daryl; Vincent, Rhomda - Duo - Pho

A partner picture from their recording session announced it in August of last year, “Queen of Bluegrass” (according to the Wall Street Journal) Rhonda Vincent and mid 1990’s traditionalist Daryle Singletary got together to record a duet album, called “American Grandstand.” It’s release date is set for July 7th.

On his self titled debut album, Daryle Singletary for Giant Records, he had Rhonda singing background vocals on “Would These Arms Be In Your Way” (written by Hank Cochran, Vern Gosdin, Red Lane) and asked her to do so on his later indie releases as well. According to a press release, Singletary mostly wanted to keep up with the tradition in country music to record duet albums, like the legends did before him and Rhonda:

“If you love traditional country music, and remember songs originally sung by well-known duet partners like George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, and Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens, this is a must-have CD that we are extremely excited about.”

Rhonda, who ventured from Bluegrass into traditional Country Music before, like on her 2014 album “Only Me” where she recorded six Bluegrass & six Country songs, praised Singletary as one of the best singers in this generation of country music. She was especially smitten with the task to harmonize with Daryle’s voice:

“It’s so fun to sing with someone who challenges me as a singer. The songs were given great thought, along with one that was totally unexpected. It’s one of the best projects I’ve ever been part of. I am so proud of this recording, and I cannot wait for the world to hear our wonderful creation, American Grandstand.”

Even though, there is almost a full month, before “American Grandstand” will be available, Singletary and Vincent have already started to heavily promote their new collaboration with several shows during CMA week (formerly Fan Fair) in Nashville. Even “Rolling Stone” magazine pressed its readers to not miss the duo and featured them as one of 20 acts not to miss during the busy CMA week.

One of the shows they performed together was the “Music City Roots – Live From the Factory” Show in Franklin, outside of Nashville, hosted by Jim Lauderdale on June 7th. The opening track of “American Grandstand,” the Harlan Howard written classic “Above And Beyond” recorded live at the show, is now featured on YouTube. “Above And Beyond,” first recorded by Wynn Stewart as a single in 1960, followed by Buck Owens later that same year and then Rodney Crowell in the 80’s, who celebrated his fifth #1 song with the classic, is one of my all time favorites. It’s nice to see that timeless composition done as a duet and giving it a new realm.

“Besides “Above And Beyond” and their current radio single “One” the whole tracklist of “American Grandstand” can be found below. By the way, the title track is a new song written by Rhonda Vincent as part of this collaboration.

American Grandstand
Track By Track:

1. Above and Beyond
2. One
3. After The Fire Is Gone
4. American Grandstand
5. Slowly But Surely
6. As We Kiss Our World Goodbye
7. Can’t Live Life
8. Golden Ring
9. We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds
10. Louisiana Woman Mississippi Man
11. A Picture of Me Without You
12. Up This Hill and Down

Singletary, Daryle; Vincent, Rhonda - American Grandstand - Album Cover - PHOIf you would like to pre-order the “American Grandstand” and get an immediate download of “One,” you can click here.

For more information about Music City Roots – Live From the Factory in Franklin, Tennessee, for a schedule of upcoming artists performing on that show and a direct link to see a streaming video, visit their official website – you may also find information on their facebook page.

Sources: YouTube; musiccityroots.com; Webster PR; rollingstone.com; rhondavincent.com; darylesingletary.net, billboard,

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Jane and her way back home.

She had no dreams, And in the morning the woman in black wakes her with wack on her head, It was time to get out of her room to be sent to the old rusted stair way. every time she was not the speed that was good enough for the woman in black she would get a jab in the back. She started to feel a little inside of fear of what was a the bottom of the stair.She could see the door a rusted door the same as the stairs. Jane heart started to race as she was throw down the last of the stairs and into the small room beneath.Jane got to her feet to see a room with a dining room in a mess like it has never seen a broom or mop in the one hundred years.The woman in black throw a bucket with broom and mop , and pointed at the mess. Jane got locked in another room just as she had her so clean she is thrown into another to clean. Jane thought of a way to get out she can not send anymore time cleaning up. Jane had to clean, but was going to come up with a plan to get out to a place she was meant to be. As Jane sweep she thought of the way she can do it without getting caught.The dust was wiped and she was able to see what height she was at. Jane looked to see out the window at the base of the tower and just need to get out of the room, but then her challenge starts. She cleans the room and makes it tiny and looks for the item she will need to get out of a window with bars and the items she needs to make it though to the other side of the forest. Jane found some rope,bread,some sheets, and a knife ; she wrapped up what she found and took the book also. she was searching for something to pry the bar on the window, she found a pry bar and the window bar were no issue as they were as rusted as the other metal in the tower and she was able to climb out on to the dirty ground.Jane wiped of her dress and went on her way.She took a way that she could not be seen , so she went don’t the side with no path. The walk down the volcano was quite uneventful and the way down way not clear cut, but she make it in only a few hours and arrived at the open of the forest and this is where her finding way to were she was meant to be. She found a clearing in the woods and made and a rest area as she was on her feet all day.

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Jane and her way back home.

Jane is a beautiful woman at the age of 18. Five foot nothing with a athletic build, and wavy black hair that touches her butt. She is very smart but does not enjoy the company of most people.She was raise in a tower in the forest of the Dreadful volcano of death; where she has had not contact with the world around her sense her abduction on the day of her birth. The only interactions she has is the old woman the dressed in a black dress with a hood as though someone just died, and the random animals that came her way. She spends a lot of time looking out her window and just letting her mind roam. Down the tower and the volcano and over the hill flying right in to the sky, but no matter how hard she try she can never see anything other then what she can see. She needs to get out and she don’t know how but with that thought her book case fell down.Jane walked over to her bookcase and saw there was a book. She pick it up off the floor and saw that is was a brown leather backed book for writing in, and it had a lock. a Red ribbon held a note with gold writing on it. Jane untied the ribbon and read the note which said ” The key is in the back of the mind and all will be seen in a blink of a eye”. Jane had no clue of what to think of the note, so she picked up her bookcase and books, and rearrange her room for a feel of a new look. She never remembered falling asleep but she was in the sky looking a her self as a baby in the arm of a man. The man hand a very loving face with black hair and beard that covered mot of his face, eyes brown with the highlight of gold and silver making the speak out with out him having to speak. The word were calm and low almost a wispier and was talking about how the natural ability can be unlocked with a key, The key is in the place in our mind where we don’t do in any point in time. look this thing in the eye and you will unlock what was hidden inside. She woke up with a thump of a broom on top her her beautiful head, She fell asleep while cleaning and must finish before it is seen.She thought of her mind and what has she lost, how can she find it, and why is it lost? She eats very little of the cabbage soup she was given, as all she was doing was thinking about the most she can remember of the man and the room in her dream. The man was tall and built like a bull, his face is similar to Jane’s. Skin the color a caramel latte. Hair the black as the night sky,cut short,wavy as the water a the beach.Large Emerald green eyes that sparkle like the stars. Tall and broad as thought he could throw a building. The robe he wore was made of the brightest gold and a crown on his head with a set of three gem, red white, and green. The room is very Large and spacious with lots of books that are all the same as the book she has but in different sizes and shapes. The center of the room has a round table made from a tree trunk the free must have been a million feet. The table had a cloth of gold and a arrangement of flower with all the colors of the world.The room is a dining area where people come to eat. Jane start to feel very happy in this room and can start to see it as though it were a movie playing in her head. She can feel the love of her father once again, But the feeling as though she need to stop came very fast and she was knocked off her feet. She felt a lost when she looked out the window; all she could think is where is my father. It started to rain so Jane needed to shower. rain water made her mind be able to rest for the day ,and feel clean again even in her tower dungeon.

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Two Rude Uncles Yelling to the beat

ommy Smart was thinking about Annie England again. Annie was an energetic monster with hairy eyes and dirty legs.

Tommy walked over to the window and reflected on his fiery surroundings. He had always hated Hot At the secret gate to hell at the edge of the planet. with its raspy, ratty River of flames. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel anger.

Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the an energetic figure of Annie England.

Tommy gulped. He glanced at his own reflection. He was a hopeful, patient, Vodka drinker with red eyes and sticky legs. His friends saw him as a glorious, green giant. Once, he had even helped a gentle puppy cross the road.

But not even a hopeful person who had once helped a gentle puppy cross the road, was prepared for what Annie had in store today.

The moon shone like Drinking owls, making Tommy confused. Tommy grabbed a tattered hawk that had been strewn nearby; he massaged it with his fingers.

As Tommy stepped outside and Annie came closer, he could see the horrible glint in her eye.

“I am here because I want revenge,” Annie bellowed, in a bold tone. She slammed her fist against Tommy’s chest, with the force of 2031 monkeys. “I frigging hate you, Tommy Smart.”

Tommy looked back, even more confused and still fingering the tattered hawk. “Annie, go to hell you soulless beast,” he replied.

They looked at each other with fear feelings, like two huge, handsome horses Fighting at a very selfish birthday party, which had Heavy Metal music playing in the background and two rude uncles yelling to the beat.

Suddenly, Annie lunged forward and tried to punch Tommy in the face. Quickly, Tommy grabbed the tattered hawk and brought it down on Annie’s skull.

Annie’s hairy eyes trembled and her dirty legs wobbled. She looked Sad, her body raw like a kaleidoscopic, keen knife.

Then she let out an agonizing groan and collapsed onto the ground. Moments later Annie England was dead.

Tommy Smart went back inside and made himself a nice shot of Vodka.

THE END

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