If I were you, I would try and find friends you can see and talk to in person and focus energy on that instead of internet friends. I find that to be way more helpful overall. I know that insanely difficult what with and all, but people are desperate for community during this time so I sure you be able to find some friends 🙂 Also don know where you are in the world, but I know near me there are some very friendly churches which would be great places to meet people who would be open to helping you in your struggle.
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In collaboration with Nottingham Museums and Galleries Costume and Textiles Collection, we have reproduced a small selection of such items, and recast them as ‘sacrificial’ toiles to provide a non precious basis for embodied experimentation. The paper describes some of the barriers to innovation in wearable technologies, and frames our approach through the twin concepts of deconstruction and reconstruction in fashion theory. It reports on our experiences of embodied responses to the toiles within the making process, and presents early findings from a pilot study using improvisation..
It’s fairly clear from the start that Last Tango in Tikrit is a joke project, but everyone takes it seriously. And as they talk to prospective investors, Baldwin and Toback consider adjusting the film to get more cash by, for example, shooting scenes in Russia or China. It’s fascinating to hear these billionaires offer advice on how to get their movie made.
To the tune of Biggie’s No. 1 hits, the film “Notorious” tracks the iconic rapper from his straitlaced, Bed Stuy school days to his death, just as his second album, “Life After Death,” was about to sell millions. The film, which premieres Friday and stars newcomer Jamal Woolard as Chris (Biggie) Wallace and Angela Bassett as his mom, shows a private side of the rapper: mama’s boy and devoted dad.