In the movie Witches Of Eastwick, (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094332/), the main antagonist Daryl Van Horne (played by Jack Nickleson) has a car with the license plate DVH-1.
***here’s the weird(?) part;
The letter “H” is the eight letter in the English language – dropping the number 1 (perhaps intentionally put there to transition letters to numbers?), and changing the “H” to its corresponding number equivalent “8”, you get DV-8, which everyone knows this is the shortened version of the word “deviant.” Being a deviant can also describe what Mr. Van Horne (horny?) is; a deviant little devil. *from a certain point of view* (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/deviant).
Maybe it’s just a coincidence?
I don’t know, perhaps I’m off my medication and not coloring in the lines.
While there are celebrations going on here at home, half a world away we are still fighting an enemy, I will never meet. My son, on the other hand, has met them. Today, as any other “Independence Day” is not a good day for him. Now he lives with PTSD… So there’s that. 😦
Why is it obscene to show sex in the movies but not violence, or obscene to show breasts but not obscene to show mutilated body parts?
…and just like that, Keto Crotch, is no more.
What’s that, you’ve never heard if it, before? Well, that’s not surprising.
POOF, and its gone!
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Both the parents and three kids realize the amount of time they’re spending on their phones is hurting the time they spend together. They make small changes that make a big difference.
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Bailey Jean Matheson recently died of cancer at age 35, touching people all over the world by writing her own obituary. Matheson expressed gratitude for her loving family and friends and for her beautiful, but short, life. She closed her obituary with this advice: “Don’t take the small stuff so seriously and live a little.”
Some will be transformed by Bailey’s story. But what about the rest of us? Our resolve to approach the world with a lighter touch may carry us for a few days. Then the gravity of old entrenched mindsets takes hold, and we go right back to sweating the small stuff. Inspiration seems to have a short half-life.
Fortunately, there is a better way. Greater awareness of our mindset allows us to make permanent changes. The work of Nobel laureate in economics, Daniel Kahneman, along with others helps us see how sweating the small stuff leads us to make poor decisions that undermine our well-being.
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