Parscale would then play through a reel of campaign ads, including many inspired by “young, pro Trump fans who sent their ideas” to him, Axios continues. One targeted CNN Don Lemon and his coverage of the Black Lives Matter protests, while another showed President Biden coughing to allege he was unwell, a source said. Trump would often “burst out laughing” at some of the wilder spots, but then conclude they were too “brutal” or “weren worth the backlash” he get, the source told Axios.
Must fit sub. This sub is for so bad its good/ascended humor. All posts must be images that are so stupid, juvenile, or generally bad that they become funny for the wrong reasons. But I currently have three weeks off school for the potato harvest. That how we do it in these here parts of Maine. How are your kids liking school so far Hope all is well!.
A tall, big boned woman dropped a hoe and ran toward me. Blood drooled from her mouth. “Tuan!” Sir!. (including on social media and use on all kinds of media). Such use should not infringe on the Intellectual Property Rights of any person. User is granted a limited, revocable and non exclusive right to create hyperlinks to the home page or any other page of KSL/Frontline so long as any of these links do not portray KSL, Frontline or their podcast or products or services in a false, misleading, derogatory or offensive manner.
Was the guy that was always upbeat, positive, always had a smile on his face. I heard a lot of people reference him as a gentle giant. And I think the student athletes that he coached and spent time with enjoyed that time because of his demeanor and his attitude and his positivity..
Regardless, the desire to want to form an opinion on the ending at all will likely keep many viewers watching right up until the end.IT not the first time a King adaptation hasn’t quite hit the mark it promised to. Netflix not so long ago pumped up a new TV show adaptation of “The Mist”, about a boy and his father trapped in a shopping centre when an otherworldly storm terrorises their hometown.This isn’t to be confused with the 2007 film version that, despite some flaws, makes for a decent watch.Netflix’s venture was much more recent and despite it having all the money it needed to make it’s production values nice and shiny, “The Mist” (quite like “The Stand”) didn’t pull off the intriguing intricacies that its source material does.In a bid to snap up any fiction of King’s they can, production companies might be rushing a little too fast to get them out to the public and in doing so are losing the quality storytelling on the way.If you’re in the mood you can always find King classics scattered across streaming platforms that are genuinely great films. It’s particularly renowned for Bates’ performance earning her the Best Actress Oscar, an incredibly rare feat for a horror film.On Netflix, there Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 labyrinthine masterpiece “The Shining”, the film that made “Here’s Johnny!” common pop culture vernacular.Binge has one of the most iconic coming of age films that many don’t realise is also an adaptation of a King story: “Stand by Me”.