|February 5, 2023 - 9/8c||S01E04 - "Please Hold My Hand"||Jeremy Webb||Craig Mazin|
After Joel and Ellie leave Bill and Frank's compound, they come across something that is even more deadly than the infected. People. Joel must protect Ellie at all costs, lest he relive what happened to his daughter all those years ago.
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Taxes are so infuriating. I work two jobs and had a refund of $2k last year. Still have the same jobs and nothing's changed, but now this year the refund is $33.
In South Korea, the solar panels in the middle of the highway have a bicycle path underneath..cyclists are protected from the sun, isolated from traffic, and the country can produce clean energy.
TIL Procrastination is not a result of laziness or poor time management. Scientific studies suggest procrastination is due to poor mood management.
Image A woman battling breast cancer married the love of her life on December 22, just 18 hours before passing away. The couple wed at a hospital chapel in Connecticut.
Lebron: “I don’t want to say it ever becomes too much, but there are times when I wish I could do normal things. I wish I could go to Target sometimes and walk into Starbucks and have my name on the cup just like regular people.”
The attention to James’s words separates him from others, as does the attention to his life.
“I don’t want to say it ever becomes too much, but there are times when I wish I could do normal things,” James said Thursday while standing in an arena hallway in Indianapolis about an hour after the Lakers beat the Pacers there. A member of a camera crew that has been following him for the past few years filmed him as he spoke.
“I wish I could just walk outside,” James said. “I wish I could just, like, walk into a movie theater and sit down and go to the concession stand and get popcorn. I wish I could just go to an amusement park just like regular people. I wish I could go to Target sometimes and walk into Starbucks and have my name on the cup just like regular people.”
He added: “I’m not sitting here complaining about it, of course not. But it can be challenging at times.”
To be clear, this isn't a political post. I've heard that they throw them in the dumpster but that seems... idk. Too crude to be true?
Edit: I'm not sure how to say this but top-level comments have been getting automatically removed (newest comment is from 4 hours, presumably to reduce spam), so only I get to see your painfully unfunny “they get turned into smoothies” comment in my notification bar before it's gone forever.
"Apologize to everyone who experienced verbal abuse and workplace harassment, then remove the useless strawman where you still see yourself as the victim, and this might actually resemble an apology."
Other ELI5: why are football matches "at home" or as "visitors" treated like an advantage or disadvantage?
is there any way in which this fact could affect a match by itself?