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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!
Just my opinion but if I were a younger person I would see no point in working now. I’d work for some extra cash here or there but other then that I’d see no point because everything that was once goal worthy is now completely unattainable. Why work any harder, any longer than you have to when you can barely afford rent for yourself.