Rosario vampire season 2 episode 1

Curb Your Enthusiasm

2009.11.17 08:57 IWatchTooMuchTV Curb Your Enthusiasm

A subreddit for the HBO show "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

2013.09.10 16:28 Cuervoso Their last resort

Netflix TV series 'Ozark', starring Jason Bateman & Laura Linney

2013.05.23 22:55 The Umbrella Academy, Netflix Show and Dark Horse Comic

The Umbrella Academy, now available on Netflix, is about a dysfunctional family of superheroes — The Monocle, Spaceboy, The Kraken, The Rumor, The Séance, Number Five, The Horror, and The White Violin — who work together to solve their father’s mysterious death. Based on the Dark Horse comic series by My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way, this subreddit is for discussions, pictures, drawings, cosplays, news and anything else to do with the Umbrella Academy.

2023.06.09 03:23 GeorgeHarold1 I'm looking for some more feedback (Seven Moons)

The penultimate episode of Seven Moons Season 1 will be released tomorrow. What are your thoughts on the series so far? Is it good, is it bad, or is it somewhere in the middle?
Do you guys have any predictions for where this is all going, or was I far too vague and cryptic? All feedback is appreciated.
Here's a link to the series playlist (includes both the five main episodes and the five bonus episodes):
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2023.06.09 03:14 astrogrl0319 Finally Finished

I have some things to say and there are some spoiler so…
  1. I wanted better for Shawn. The writers never let him have just one thing/person that was his and that stayed for him Im actually annoyed/heartbroken. I know bc of GMW he and Angela didn’t last and he did get a happily ever after but he suffered sm i wish i could’ve given him a hug lol
  2. Cory and Topanga on again off again was infuriating and I don’t enjoy the later seasons as much bc it became all about relationships and not quirky antics even if they are in college idk kind of bland
  3. I don’t like Angela idk what it is but her character annoyed me even with the way she spoke 😂
  4. Top 3 faves: Shawn, Eric, FEENY
honorable mention: Morgan and I will die on this hill
  1. Overall show was 9/10
side note: adult cory was a terrible partner to Topanga IDC i also wish she stayed her hippie weird self
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2023.06.09 03:13 Bhines94 Lapsed player trying to get back in

I invested a lot of time in this game between launch and the end of forsaken (3 characters max light, day 1 raids and Sherpas for fun etc). As shameful as it is I still boast of my only time being top 5% at anything (shout out that small last wish period) and enjoying taking a parent and child combo through the leviathan
I dropped out just before the forge(?) Expansion due to work and life being a little too much and now as a result of the same reasons I have a LOT more spare time.
I suppose my questions as someone who wants to get back in are:
  1. How much time (hours a week I guess) do I actually need to invest to get back to endgame happily and raid etc
  2. How does the model work now? Is it still content light/eververse heavy through silver(?) with free puzzle things like the whisper dungeon etc?
3.Story wise can I catch up and find out about savathun(if that ever happened) and the seasons and stories beyond that?
TLDR: Pretty much the title - invested a lot of time when it came out and was good quit as no time - how much time and money do I need to invest to get my hobby back?
Edit: Also forgot to add, I’ve missed the friendships I made in my few years of grinding of just having a beer and chat sharing something
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2023.06.09 03:13 Frequent_Relief_2252 CSI Miami

I think CSI Miami started out really strong, I absolutely loved Season 1. However, as the series goes on they just drift further from reality. By the end, Horatio is straight up and murdering and torturing people! And every single episode one of the CSI's are kidnapped or attacked. Anyone the final seasons to be totally ridiculous?
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2023.06.09 03:12 Cheap_Interaction New watcher dumb questions

So I am currently watching season 1 of 90 day: Before the 90 days. In the past I watched season 1 of 90 day : the other way. Do the same people continue through the different named shows? Karine and Paul were the only 2 I saw on both of those I mentioned. Should I watch season 1 of regular 90 days next ? Plus I saw there is a show called Darcey and Stacey, that's the same Darcey from Season 1 of Before the 90 days right? Is there some fanpage or something where I can see what order all these shows came out? I'm so confused.
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2023.06.09 03:12 SaiSomsphet My wife's farm

My wife and have been playing Stardew for years.
But we always restarted, having only reached Ginger island once, and completing the community center only twice.
We always wanted to test out and try different ways to play. We wanted a farm that felt like ours.
Finally, we did it. Our Fuck Pierre run.
Our FP farm is simple. We don't like Pierre. Tim at Jojomart? Oh ya he is even worse.
But we don't buy ANYTHING from Pierre, and we don't use the shipping box at all.
All seeds must be found, earned, or bought from the traveling merchant, Sandy, or the nightmarket.
Community Center must be completed on Remix, 1 year guarantee.
That's it. Since we don't buy backpacks, we placed chests everywhere.
We split jobs. My wife did farming and mining, which also brought her foraging and combat up.
My job was fishing and foraging. My only goal was to catch not one, not two, but THREE dinasoar eggs BEFORE the fall fair.
Which I was able to do. Right now, we are in year 2, community center will be done by midsummer. The last items were some gold quality crops, but by constantly checking the traveling merchant and using a lot of wild seeds, we were able to complete most of the community center before the fall fair.
We mostly became fast friends with Caroline, set up some tea sapplings and have been selling the easy to make tea sapplings for a bundle. We don't need the extra sapplings, and don't have space for them with our current farm setup. We foraged together often to make the seasonal wild seeds constantly.
By the time winter arrived in our first year, we were "done". We had all the buildings and resources to make the farm run how we wanted. We had all the recipes and animals we wanted including 6 dinasoars that give us high quality eggs. Super cucumbers and midnight carp give us plenty of roe.
Whenever the community center is completed, we are ready to get that last hidden bundle, and relax on ginger island for the remained of our game. We won.
We mostly wanted a decent fun challenge. Selling to Pierre to pay the bills is fine, but we also get enjoyment out of giving people we dpnt like mud and rocks, while giving Linus finely aged Stardew wine. Because he is a sweet bear who deserves it.
That's our farm. Not organized and perfect, but filled with bits we love about the game.
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2023.06.09 03:10 Justp1ayin The Crowded Room Season 1 - Episode 3 Discussion Thread

The Crowded Room Season 1 - Episode 3 Discussion Thread

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2023.06.09 03:09 Silent_Quality_1488 Question about "Yes Men"

I am on a rewatch and my next episode is season 1 episode 15, Yes Men which I found to be boring first time round. Can I skip this one or does it have important plot points contained?
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2023.06.09 03:06 blurryturtle 2023 Roland Garros Men's Semifinals 🐢

Party's almost over what a bummer. Historic day coming tomorrow no matter what happens. Also go Muchova!
Alcaraz vs Djokovic :
How will we survive without the big 3? Well, here is your answer. Carlos Alcaraz is primed for his first Roland Garros title, and for once in tennis, the expectations for a phenom are warranted. Alcaraz is a whopping -210 for this match, which is the most significant odds for a player facing Djokovic in a long time. For reference, the last few Nadal vs Djokovic matches at Roland Garros had Djokovic at around even odds. There is some inflation to the odds because of how easily Alcaraz has been winning and due to Djokovic’s lackluster clay season/potential elbow issues, but for the most part, I agree with this line.
Djokovic has long been the best hope for someone to stop Nadal at slams, but he’s never really been dominant from the baseline. Even in his most recent win, it seemed like Nadal just hit a wall physically more than Djokovic was able to dominate with his tennis. Novak has power, but he’s much more dangerous on fast courts and Roland Garros is playing extremely slow. With two weeks of play scuffing up the courts, difficult bounces (not Djokovic’s favorite thing) are also becoming a factor. A player will need skill, willpower, and actual power to win this title, and I think Djokovic is outmatched by a tiny bit in all three categories here.
If we sort through attributes, Alcaraz is winning in a lot of them currently. I make no assumptions about other events, but in these conditions, here’s where I see the edges. Alcaraz is faster than Djokovic. Alcaraz is able to generate his own power easier than Djokovic, and is currently hitting his forehand better. Alcaraz is employing the dropshot with great success, and Djokovic tends to utilize his well but he can get a bit predictable with the location down the line off his backhand and he doesn’t use the forehand drop very often. As far as stamina, Alcaraz and Djokovic are likely around even, but Alcaraz’s preferred pace is as fast as possible, and I think he can hang at that level longer than his opponent. Where Djokovic wins finally is in the service department, and on the backhand wing. Djokovic is a bit more accurate than Alcaraz, although Carlos has shown improvement on his ability to hit the T serve from the ad side. Alcaraz’s backhand is very solid, but Djokovic in a rhythm rarely makes errors and he locates the ball a bit more accurately than Alcaraz.
All of these edges, I would say, are slight at this point, but Alcaraz has continued to improve on tour and that’s what makes this feel like a likely spot for him to beat one of the all-time greats of tennis. The only player who has won a set thus far is Taro Daniel, and that set was largely Carlos employing some flair for the crowd and having to resettle once it became clear Daniel was not going to join him in the fun. Musetti was so defeated by the end of his match against Alcaraz that he opted for the highlight reel stuff, and the crowd was treated to some great rallies but Lorenzo had resigned. Tsitsipas dug in after getting smoked in the first two sets, but Alcaraz was able to turn things up. One big aspect of both Djokovic and Alcaraz’s success has been their teams. During the 3rd set Tsitsipas comeback Alcaraz had turned to his box for inspiration (and a little venting). Juan Carlos Ferrero made the “chatter” motion with his hand a few times, and then made a fist. Such a simple thing, but a way to take a player out of their own internal monologue in a key moment without giving them excess direction to debate about is such an intelligent move. Alcaraz is now fresh for this match, and is thriving in these conditions having dismissed two players who took Djokovic to 5 sets in the past.
Djokovic will be ready for this contest as well, after a difficult but inevitable win against Karen Khachanov. Khachanov’s serve gave him the ability to hang even with Djokovic, but once Novak started to get returns in play at Karen’s feet he struggled to hang on. Djokovic’s consistency and his ability to maintain a level once he reaches it are usually good enough to defeat most players. Having to come up with constant offense and put in nonstop effort is something that most players on tour can’t keep up for more than 1-2 sets, but that’s exactly the level of tennis that Alcaraz has been training towards. This paragraph was supposed to be able Djokovic, but here comes Alcaraz creeping in. Watching him against Tsitsipas, I legit felt like he has a chance to break the big 3s record at the majors. He has 3-4 years already of training harder than everyone else on tour, and his speed and forehand are major factors in any match on any surface. The best part has been watching him work specifically on the holes in his game. His backhand was a bit generic, and he has fixed that. He steps into almost every ball now and looks to infuse pace. His serve is still the bit that lags behind the rest of his game, but it is improving at every tournament and there aren’t double fault issues, it’s just not as noticeably incredible as the rest of his game.
When I’m done gushing, I have to admit that I’m still expecting a close match. Musetti came out hesitant and looking to work into the match, and folded shortly after. Tsitsipas was fired up, but his insistence on trying to cover his backhand left him victim to a ton of passes and dropshots to his forehand side. Djokovic is the guy though that simply will not quit. When Alcaraz has the third set lapse that he had against his two previous opponents, Djokovic will win that set. If Alcaraz gets into a dialogue with his box, Djokovic will see it and make him play extra balls. Novak also is a big-match player and that means that the slower more compartmentalized pace of the match may allow him to create a different optic than really exists. If Djokovic is losing rallies, but hits a few timely aces, suddenly the match looks different to Carlos. If Djokovic plays possum early but elevates his game, suddenly there is doubt for Alcaraz to consider. I do think the crowd will get behind whoever is struggling also, and Djokovic has one of the most indomitable spirits on the tennis court that we’ve ever witnessed.
Alcaraz had big targets in his past two matches because Musetti and Tsitsipas don’t really have dangerous backhands, but here that’s gone because it’s Novak’s strength. Alcaraz has been taking some very deep return positions, and Djokovic is adept at the net so some serve and volley may be on the menu. The only big problem I see for Djokovic is that Alcaraz is hitting bigger than him off both wings. If the match goes deep, I think Alcaraz will be able to score more without going to dangerous targets. We saw Swiatek today go much safer on big points and just drive the ball with heavy topspin until she got up court, and we’ve seen Nadal do that with his forehand for a very long time. Alcaraz’s forehand is the same thing. This is mostly reading like I expect Alcaraz to have the early lead, but the best thing about this match is that if he doesn’t. he’s equally likely to dig in and make a comeback. Their previous meeting was a 3 set thriller in Madrid that Alcaraz won, so he’ll have some confidence to draw upon. This feels like the finals, and I think Alcaraz is set to get the first of many Roland Garros titles. Alcaraz in 4-5.
Ruud vs Zverev :
People are quick to dismiss Ruud’s potential, but he continually performs well at the majors. It’s his style I think that confuses people into thinking he doesn’t belong at this level. Ruud does everything in a very rigid and professional manner. If coaches were able to choose a high-percentage shot before every swing, they would come up with something very close to Ruud’s game. A lot of people forget that Thiem and Federer also made technical skill and decision-making their main focus, and with Ruud’s backhand still just a defensive tool, there is a lot of room for him to keep improving. In the meantime, he’s in another major semifinal and has a winnable match here against one of the tour’s most giraffe infused humans.
If you cross a #2 pencil with a surfboard, and give it a mirror for its birthday, you might get Alexander Zverev. He’s a polarizing figure on tour, but he’s showing decent signs of growing up. Last year he looked like he’d be defeating Nadal at this event, and he suffered an ankle injury that forced him to make some very unforgettable noises. Since his return it seems like he is working harder, and it’s a welcome change. He’s been training at a high level, and his return to aggressive play from the baseline is yielding him results. It’s easy to forget that his first few forays at tour level saw him going for huge groundstroke winners and almost beating Nadal on hardcourt (a putaway volley away from the win), but his recent play has shown signs that the time off has re-ignited his hunger on the court, and maybe even his brain.
Zverev had a really tough test against Etcheverry, who stole the momentum early in the second and almost carried it through into the third. Early in the second I wondered if Zverev had the legs for a 5-set match, because since his return he’s really only been playing the 2/3 format. Etcheverry proved a bit too ambitious during rallies though, and unforced errors on the forehand cost him the 3rd and 4th set. It was interesting to me to see Tomas going so aggressively when I felt he was on even terms in the rallies, but it’s another reminder of the weight of shot that Zverev brings. At home I see the defense as effortless, but when you’re the one chasing the heavy cross-court forehands and dealing with a backhand that doesn’t seem to miss, it’s easy to want to end the rally. Zverev had some double fault issues bubble to the surface, but he is through and should be moderately fresh for this semifinal.
Ruud’s quarterfinal was much easier and yet portions of it seemed impossibly difficult. Rune’s mom Aneke gave an interview after his win against Cerundolo and insisted that Rune would not be physically impacted by the 5-setter, despite him appearing to indicate his legs were fried towards the end of the match. This was nice gamesmanship, but insisting that there is no physical fatigue after there is clearly physical fatigue is a very “there is no man behind the curtain” vibe. Rune was not prepared to play in the first set against Ruud, and basically swung tentatively on a lot of balls. Ruud dominated things without having to do much, and the second set was a mirror of the first. That lactic acid buildup is really tough to completely override, even with the aid of ice baths (highly recommend these btw for recovery, do your research first though and ease yourself into them with cold showers first) and the best nutrition on tour. There were some comments from Aneke about Rune not really hydrating properly or eating well during matches, and that is something him and his team will have to work out. It was thrown out there that he was stuck with blueberry flavor drinks instead of his preferred raspberry, and while that is hilarious, you could also say that if the kid has clear issues with nutrition and hydration on court, and you aren’t getting him the stuff he needs to thrive, then your team isn’t really doing its job. Coaching tennis is 10% strategy, and 90% babysitting.
Rune took an off-court bathroom break after the 2nd set, and whatever he took clearly worked. He came back out bounding with energy, and the elevation in level took Ruud by surprise. Casper had been coasting with mid-level offense, and Rune’s hyper-aggressive shotmaking left him struggling to hang in the set. He dropped the third 6-3, and Rune had the crowd on his side. Unfortunately, the energy didn’t last forever. Ruud is very physically strong, and he’s a well-coached player. He dug in on defense and started really hitting the majority of his shots to the open court. Rune was still dangerous but it wore his legs down and Ruud eventually got the benefit of errors. Casper should be fresh for this semifinals, but I don’t love the Rune match as prep for playing Zverev. Zverev’s shot selection is a lot more conservative than Rune, and his serve is a lot bigger. When you’ve been scoring your points by being consistent, it can sometimes take a mental reset before you realize you have to hit a number of shots to win. What I do think is positive for Ruud is that Zverev doesn’t possess the same ability to hit his forehand both directions that Rune does. Zverev is mostly hitting solid angles this week when he goes cross-court, and his inside out forehand is decent but is not travelling through the court at an ungettable pace at all.
As far as strategies, Ruud will want to sit in the forehand to forehand exchanges. He also may want to try making any facial expressions, but perhaps this is too risky after so long as a roboto. In all seriousness, Zverev wins if he can make this about their backhands, and Ruud wins if he can make this about their forehands. Zverev is serving much bigger than Ruud, but not necessarily better. Ruud is more consistent from the baseline also and is a bit more adept at creating. Him having the physical tools to go 5 sets here and the experience of making last year’s finals is also a key, given that Zverev losing actually still represents a big result for him. It’s hard to keep fighting sometimes when you’ve already sort of done enough, and Zverev’s major issues in the past have been mental. Despite the first semifinal being the marquee matchup, this is likely to be a very long and good quality contest. I think overall, Ruud’s baseline tennis is just at a higher tier than Zverev has been competing at since his return, and Zverev has been getting the benefit at this event of a very 500 level draw while Ruud has been dispatching actual monsters. I like Jarry against Zverev, I like tired Rune against Zverev, and I like Ruud against Zverev. King of Clay Casper Ruud in 4-5.
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2023.06.09 03:05 Justp1ayin The Crowded Room Season 1 - Episode 2 Discussion Thread

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2023.06.09 03:04 Glitter_Titties44 22pt day

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2023.06.09 03:02 SportsPicksChat 6/9 Friday MLB Texas Rangers vs Tampa Bay Rays Betting Preview

6/9 Friday MLB Texas Rangers vs Tampa Bay Rays Betting Preview
In this Friday MLB matchup, the Texas Rangers will face off against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Both teams have been performing exceptionally well this season, making this an exciting game to watch and bet on. Let's analyze the statistics and trends to determine which team is more likely to cover the run line and whether the total will go over or under.
The Texas Rangers enter this game with a solid 40-21 record and have been on a winning streak lately. They have a strong offense, averaging 6.33 runs per game, which ranks them first in the league. Their offense has been consistent, producing offensive hits and walks that put pressure on opposing pitchers. Defensively, they have held their own, with a team ERA of 3.80, which ranks fourth in the league.
On the other side, the Tampa Bay Rays boast an impressive 46-19 record. They have been dominant in recent games, winning their last five games. The Rays have a balanced team, with a strong offense averaging 5.75 runs per game, ranking them second in the league. Their defense has been solid as well, with a team ERA of 3.67, ranking them second in the league.
Looking at recent form, both teams have been performing well, with the Texas Rangers going 7-3 in their last ten games and the Tampa Bay Rays going 7-3 as well. The Rangers have been particularly strong against right-handed pitchers, with a 28-15 record. On the other hand, the Rays have excelled against left-handed pitchers, posting a 9-3 record.
Analyzing the head-to-head matchups, the Rays have had the upper hand against the Rangers in recent encounters. However, it's important to note that past performance does not guarantee future results, and each game is unique.
Now let's discuss the betting trends. The Tampa Bay Rays have been strong ATS, going 5-1 in their last six games. They have also been performing well SU, winning their last five games. Furthermore, the total has gone under in their last five games. On the other hand, the Texas Rangers have been solid ATS as well, going 9-3 in their last 12 games. They have also been performing well SU, winning five of their last six games.
Considering all the factors mentioned above, the Texas Rangers have a good chance of covering the run line, given their strong offense and recent form. Additionally, with both teams having solid pitching and defensive statistics, there is a possibility that the total will go under. However, it's always important to consider that anything can happen in a game, and both teams have the potential to perform exceptionally well.
Prediction: In this matchup, we predict the Texas Rangers to cover the run line, as well as the total to go under. The final score prediction for this game is 4-2 in favor of the Tampa Bay Rays
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2023.06.09 03:01 Justp1ayin The Crowded Room Season 1 - Episode 1 Discussion Thread

The Crowded Room Season 1 - Episode 1 Discussion Thread

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2023.06.09 03:01 phareous S01E07 "The Flamekeepers" Episode Discussion (Book Readers)

This is the book-readers thread for the discussion of Silo Season 1, Episode 7: "The Flamekeepers"
Book spoilers and show spoilers are allowed in this thread, without spoiler tags.
Please refrain from discussing future episodes in this thread.
For live discussion, please visit our discord.
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2023.06.09 03:01 phareous S01E07 "The Flamekeepers" Episode Discussion (No Book Spoilers)

This is the discussion of Silo Season 1, Episode 7: "The Flamekeepers"
Book spoilers are not allowed in this thread. Please use the book spoilers thread for that.
Show spoilers are allowed in this thread, without spoiler tags.
Please refrain from discussing future episodes in this thread.
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2023.06.09 03:00 Justp1ayin City on Fire Season 1 - Episode 7 Discussion Thread

City on Fire Season 1 - Episode 7 Discussion Thread

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2023.06.09 03:00 Justp1ayin Silo Season 1 - Episode 7 Discussion Thread

Silo Season 1 - Episode 7 Discussion Thread

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2023.06.09 03:00 AMyasunnysparkle890 Introducing Project Rainbow 💋 Season 4 Episode 1 Rainbow High

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2023.06.09 02:58 NuzlockeMaster Garou, Majin Buu, Omni-Man, and Wonder Woman vs. Tomura Shigaraki, Tian, World War Hulk, and Broly

Kaido Tier Finale

(Artist: Surreal Sol)
In the final round of GDT 14, feminist-horsebane and corvette1710 debate each using these legendary teams. Here are the match-ups:
Garou (One-Punch Man) vs. Shigaraki (My Hero Academia)
Omni-Man (Invincible) vs. World War Hulk (Marvel Comics)
Wonder Woman (DC New 52/Rebirth) vs. Broly (Dragon Ball Z)
Majin Buu (Dragon Ball Z) vs. Tian (Feng Shen Ji)
These are all the fights, everyone is in character and has no prior knowledge of their opponents. Winning is decided by death or incapacitation.
Just like the GDT, the fight will take place at Zhangjiajie National Park with the combatants being 10 meters away from one another.
Scenario 1: 1v1s as shown above.
Scenario 2: A team battle. Wonder Woman and Shigaraki will be the leaders of their respective teams. Each team has a basic idea of the abilities and capabilities of their members. They have 10 minutes to strategize before the battle begins.
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2023.06.09 02:57 Reasonable-Lab985 Can’t sleep and I need to vent

Hi guys. It’s like 3:56 am where I live. I can’t sleep, and I haven’t been able to sleep properly in a while. I have a massive depressive episode which have been hunting me since the very beginning of this year. I’ve had this depression since… idk, many years. I almost can’t remember what it’s like to feel normal, at least for a moment. I’m always foggy, tired, and irritated, anxious, etc. My mind is a carousel.
The main reason of my depression are actually my parents. I’m 24 yo/ f, I live with my partner 27 yo/ m who I’ve been with for 4 years already.
The issues I have right now: my parents moved abroad during my last year of uni, which was 3 years ago. They actually went on a vacation to Spain, and never returned. As romantic as it sounds, it is actually not at al… they left their house, our house, in the care of my grandmother. The house is huge (2 living rooms, 1 gigantic kitchen, 2 big bathrooms, 2 bedrooms and a dressing room which was initially a bedroom as well + 1 garage which was transformed into a mini gym). My grandma cannot take proper care of the house, so obviously it started to degrade very fast: walls cracked, furniture needs to be changed, there’s an actual massive pipe issue within the house structure, so the whole sanitary system is not working at the moment. The yard looks like a jungle. I live 6-7 hours away from that house so there is no way I can get there and get things done. Even if I had the possibility of going to that house more often, I don’t have the material means to invest, I have a home of my own and bills, and I pay my own education. I live paycheck to paycheck right now with all that going on.
My parents are trying for already 3 years to open a restaurant in Spain, which has been sabotaged by local restaurants and authorities countless times already. Because Spain unfortunately is very racist… my problem is my parents left there and expected to make a fortune. Instead, they ended up in court (they sued the supplier which they bought the building from because they fraud the infrastructure paperwork of the restaurant which put their lives at risk). And also reported local competitors for stalking them and trying to break in and vandalize my parents local. Authorities ignored their charges even when presented with video proofs….
My parents initially tried to force me and my bf to move abroad immediately after they left… we refused, they couldn’t accept the “no” and started to act crazy. They wanted to offer me their apartment they live in, in Spain, as a birthday gift. I accepted it as they wanted. But after a while they took away the gift because, well, obviously what’s the point of gifting me an apartment I can’t use since it’s in another country + they live in there. They suggested to give me the apartment after they start earning money and move out to another place. I suggested, if they really want to buy me a property, to buy one here where I live so I could use it effectively. They immediately started accusing me of wanting their money… somehow…. And assumed I am manipulated by my bf and they even called him and threatened him with violence. They tried to break us up. Now they make no money, and are covered in debt they lied to me about. They told me they borrowed money from family members… but I found out from my grandma that the amount was way way way larger than they told me…. At some point they started calling me when I was working at the office and fight with me through the phone. Even if I told them I was at work, they would keep shouting in the phone. I had to hang up on them multiple times and just block their numbers through the day to keep myself focused from them.
They had the opportunity to sell our house I was talking about previously… when the agency called, they told the broker that the price is outdated and they need to think further to raise it. They didn’t do it because the house would be truly worth more… they did it to: 1. Take somehow revenge on my grandma who’s taking care of the house, because she is also not ok with how my parents behave and how they are handling things, 2. Blame my grandma for wanting their money, even tho a big part from the loan was landed by my grandma to them, 3. Pure greed… my parents love money, always have, and have always been greedy. That’s why they bought the restaurant with landed money, believing they would magically become rich (and they said it with their own mouths). They ended up not selling the house at all in the end… just for the sake of petty revenge and greed. And that’s house is not worth more than the initial price because if someone buys it, that person needs to redecorate and repare some big portions of the house. They could have sold it and cover the debts they have… but they didn’t..
Last month, on 11th April, was my birthday… my parents called me to tell me happy birthday… and scream again their nonsense regarding why I no longer talk to them like I used to. I told them everything that was hurting me regarding their behavior. My mom started crying, my dad was screaming on the background. My mom hang up the phone. After that fight they started lying to the whole family that I do drugs and they are worried… I don’t even smoke or drink, even less consume substances… and the hypocrisy is they actually are both massive weed consumers.
I am in an emotional mess. I haven’t been able to focus on my work since the beginning of the year. Also, I have examen session. So far I have failed 2 consecutive exams and I think I’m failing the one I had today as well…. I can’t sleep well, and when I do I only dream crazy things and have night terrors. I dreamed I was murdered a couple of nights ago. I started taking melatonin, but it doesn’t really help. I keep playing in my heads things my parents said and have done…. I also have past trauma from childhood caused by them. My dad worked as a loan shark, along with a group of friends. They were like mafia in the little town I lived. My dad had issues with gambling, drugs, alcohol, cheated on my mom, beat and rape her while I was at home with them….
I totally feel like a failure, like I am not a normal person. I gained a lot of weight due to stress… I used to look phenomenal when I was about 17 years old. Now I look every year like… older, fatter, more tired. I feel like a failure. I lost my period, due to pcos. I fail my exams… and I can’t focus on my job either. I don’t know what to do at this point. I feel trapped in this reality.
Anyways, it’s a long post… but I wanted to vent.
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2023.06.09 02:56 pumodood The CFP era is going to be much less satisfying for Badger fans than the Bowl era

If you believe Wisconsin can’t win the whole thing, which they almost certainly can’t, then the pinnacle of a season is basically getting into the tournament and likely losing—probably never even getting further than the final 8.
In comparison, Wisconsin could have a 13-1 Orange Bowl championship year and it’s remembered as one of the best seasons of all time.
The Rose Bowl championship years live on forever.
Are you seriously telling me you’re going to recall the 10-2 team that gets in as a 13 seed (losing to Georgia in their first game) in the same way? No. It’ll be a good year, like a Sweet 16 basketball season, but nothing more.
For the good but not true elite programs, the Bowl era will always be more satisfying.
CFP is more entertaining, I give it that.
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2023.06.09 02:56 StruggleFar3054 [Spoilers] the writing is atrocious

Horrible episode, the writing is so piss poor it's embarrassing, if it wasn't for me being invested in the soa universe and the characters, I would stop watching,
I dare anyone t say elgin james is a better showrunner than Kurt after this garbage episode,
I mean seriously they are going with ez being a rat storyline, when he pretty much embraced the club in season 1,
He did nothing to put any of them in legal danger, but somehow we are suppose to by 5 years later that ez is still considered an asset to the feds?
Garbage all around, and it's sad that this show could be the last of the soa universe we get,
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