so he is definitely just trolling everyone at this point, right? like, this can't be real?
LOVE HER. I saw her play in Boston a couple years ago and it was way undersold and before she started she called the venue out for just not promoting her whatsoever and then went into such a badass set. She's a queen.
@Statham It bothers everyone because he's attractive and no one wants to admit it. I honestly think if it was the exact same cover, with someone who was less attractive, people would not be making as big of a deal of it as they are. This cover isn't going to convert any younger girl from thinking he's a monster into thinking he's a rock star -- those decisions were made long before this, back in April, when this same picture was plastered everywhere else in America.
I live in Boston and have for eight years -- I went to college here and have basically become an adult in this city. I was absolutely devastated and heartbroken and terrified this April. But I cannot really muster up anger at this cover. I think the article is something to be far more angry at -- how many times do I have to read how "chill" and "cool" this kid was? soft soft softball is calling it lightly, in my opinion.
@mxel I was having the same thoughts. My mom passed away three years ago at 54 after living for 20 years with breast cancer. I finally got up the courage to get genetic counseling to determine how to best take care of myself. If you or your sister haven't done it, I highly recommend it. It was SUPER emotional, but I felt really good having an oncologist and counselor tell me how to take care of myself as a 25 year old whose mother was diagnosed at 34 with breast cancer. (Turns out that means starting at 27, mammograms and MRIs alternatively every 6 months...)
Whoa whoa whoa, that was intensely more sad that I was expecting. How infuriating. Makes me feel really lucky that since I graduated college in 2009 I've worked in arts non-profits dominated by super badass, inspiring, intelligent women. (When we hire a man, it's like wohoo! diversity!)
"But as the phone conversation came to a close, Cooper became serious. “Papa,” he said, “I bet I beat you to the barn.” A month later, Cooper was dead."
this movie made me want to get my tubes tied and never get married which totally bummed me out because previously i really wanted those two things! i mean the feeling past about 30 minutes after i left the theatre, but what i'm saying is i really wished there had been a more redeeming, real life couple?
for context, i'm a very pale redhead. it was 90 degrees and i was wearing shorts
homeless lady to me: "daaaaaaaaamn girl you need a TAN!"