Category Archive: Morals

Feb 16

THE MOST BABBILICIOUS BOOK OF 2018: MRS.

why do you ask me these things

Caitlin Macy’s newest arrival of a book, MRS., without pause is a babble-fest of words that carries on not saying a dang thing until re-reading the last paragraph. Mrs. reminded me of Mrs. Maisel which is a fast moving TV show where a married woman of two kids back in the 1950’s  finds out her husband is screwing his …

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Feb 14

MOMZINGA.COM: THE #METOO MOVEMENT IS TAKING DOWN RICH MEN TO MAKE MONEY

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MOMZINGA.COM—– Okay at first I thought it was great, that women were standing up for themselves. Women were finally standing up standing strong, being fierce and taking steps towards making strides of not being victims anymore. Many prestigious, wealthy powerful men have been taking advantage of women by using women as tools to get what they want for …

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Feb 13

Carnegie’s Maid:Too Much History, Not Enough Intrigue, Romance, Fun!

CARNEGIE’S MAID could have been a GREAT book if Marie Benedict simply kept the action going. How about a romp in the sack? How about Clara getting a REAL night off of fun and romance? Benedict needed to actually name the two bickering Carnegie brothers instead of saying the elder Carnegie, and the younger Carnegie. It was confusing!! …

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Feb 09

Will Naming Your Daughter A Gender Neutral Name Gain Instant Fame and Recognition?

ur getting this

You just gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, or you are that baby girl who is thinking of changing your name. Now in the grand scheme of things, you want to be noticed. You want your baby to have a different name, a gender neutral name to be noticed. You want something completely different …

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Feb 05

Molly’s Game: Exactly Who Gets Played in Molly’s Game?

MOLLY’S GAME WRITTEN BY MOLLY BLOOM, a former star on the U. S. Ski Team, at the top of her game was known as the poker princess. At 26, she was running underground poker games, raking in the dough, and was arrested with the government taking her money away. After reading Molly’s Game, I felt like I was the one who …

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Jan 29

Lolita Look Out Because the Girl Unknown Is 100 Percent Psycho!

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Girl Unknown is an intense thriller of emotionally charged situations and adult lives explored. It all starts with a bang and then ends with a surprise ending that never really ends. David’s daughter from a previous relationship suddenly shows up where he works as a college professor in Ireland. She surprises him with showing up because David never …

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Jan 08

First MANSLICE MONDAY of 2018!—-KURT RUSSELL

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 Kurt Russell is a low profile actor, we don’t hear much about ever. Until that is when he stars in a movie. He seamlessly appears in a movie, or on TV and then goes back to living his lie with Goldie Hawn as his longtime partner without much if any major drama. And that’s just …

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Jan 03

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY: WEAR SOME CLOTHES HO!!

I read this one sided article about how this woman was in the right for going topless in New Zealand at a music festival. A guy groped her and she punched him. She was right to punch him, but why the hell was she not wearing a top? Common sense says in today’s world of non …

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Dec 29

Shadow Girl: One Of The Best Books I’ve Read This Year! A Fast Moving, Powerful Story

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When I started explaining the plot of Shadow Girl by Liana Liu to my husband, he asked me if I was reading “Nanny Dairies.” AS I tried to explain what I was reading and how good the book was, he kept interrupting me with inane questions .I knew if I described an action thriller movie …

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Dec 27

Want To Read a Really Good Celebrity Book That Tells All? Anyone Who’s Anyone Is Not That Book!

Reading Anyone Who’s Anyone sounds like a college kid’s attempt at writing an interview book about stars. The questions asked are sophomoric at best. Anyone who Is Anyone is not clever, funny, intriguing, interesting or attention-holding. Anyone Who’s Anyone, written by George Wayne—who has written for more than 20 years for Vanity Fair in I …

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