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Jak

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"The Mist", some Stephen King story.

Recommended by a friend when I said how much I hate Hollywood endings and predictable movies.

....yup. That was a pretty... uncliche ending. At no point could I tell what was gonna happen, except with the woman who seemed to be totally crazy. I cheered with what happened with that
i wish they went with the ending of the book. in the book everybody dies and the world is covered in the mist
 

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This is what feminism should look like everywhere.
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Below: Something Anita Sarkeesian will never be able to do.
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Angel

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Images of towns very close to where I used to live - now completely underwater and people being evacuated. It's really weird seeing streets I walked down just last summer now submerged and ruined.

Makes me so grateful that I live where I do - we don't get flooding here and I am not missing out on that unstable part of living in the Thames Valley. I mean, Marlow? Seriously? Never seen it like that before - ever.
 
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Before I moved house about 4 yrs ago, the first thing I thought of was, I want to live on a hill, I don't want to get flooded in the future. Made sure I picked a spot that is not only one massive slope to the sea but is high enough that the sea can't get it either. Good thinking it would seem.
 
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Loopy

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Before I moved house about 4 yrs ago, the first thing I thought of was, I want to live on a hill, I don't want to get flooded in the future. Made sure I picked a spot that is not only one massive slope to the sea but is high enough that the sea can't get it either. Good thinking it would seem.
I guess not everyone thinks about that sort of thing, or, if they do, maybe they can't afford to move.

It's total chaos in Worcester with the town flooded and lectures disrupted. Luckily, hasn't got near where I live...yet. If it gets worse, I'm going back home and waiting it out there where there's no flooding.

Watching now: A documentary about a sloth sanctuary. They're so cute.