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News [Wojnarowski] Chicago Bulls guard Alex Caruso has suffered a fractured right wrist and will likely need surgery, sources tell ESPN. The injury occurred after a fall following a flagrant foul from Milwaukee’s Grayson Allen on Friday night.twitter.com
One or more than one item (s) that added luxury and adds convenience that you can’t live without now.
Edit: wow, so many great ideas that I didn’t even know I could add. Thank you and keep ‘em coming.
Edit 2: I will make another post about pros and cons of getting an in ground swimming pool, would love to get thoughts from this community.
Edit 3: OMG, this has blown up. So many awesome ideas, I will be spending a whole lot more than $1000 for sure.
I’ve really found some awesome gems on this sub & r/suggestmeabook, but I’ve also come across some highly regarded, constantly suggested, +4 star rated titles that totally fell flat for me personally. Maybe it’s just a difference in tastes but we’ve all read some super hyped titles that just weren’t it! Some popular books I really couldn’t vibe with at all:
-The Night Circus - Mawkish, cloying far less thrilling a story than the book description suggested. But cool atmosphere.
-The Invisible Life of Addie - Awesome premise, but god was the story repetitive. MC felt hallow, extremely difficult to sympathize with.
-The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo - 🤮 lifetime/hallmark overload for me
-The House on the Cerulean Sea - I’m all for fantastical uplifting stories with messages of acceptance & diversity but this story for all its hype sadly felt cliched, lacking in nuance & emotionally pandering. Maybe I’m just a cynical bastard but this book felt familiar in a bad way- like some YA fiction I would’ve loved in middle school/high school but as an adult couldn’t get past some glaringly trite literary elements in order to fully enjoy the story.
Alright sub let’s hear some of your unpopular takes!