Motley Crue's iconic drummer Tommy Lee had a recent conversation with Billboard and broke the silence on whether or not the band would postpone their next "The Stadium Tour" or not.
According to the legendary drummer of Motley Crue, the reunion tour is still an opportunity, and they have no plans to postpone or cancel the stages of the tour yet.
He also said that all the members of the group are in constant contact and that the apocalyptic atmosphere is developing, everyone will be in a good mood to have a good time in concert.
"We are all in constant communication. Nikki and I have attended several production meetings. You are talking about different stages, it's like two children in a candy store who are putting together something that people will walk and said:
This is our mission today, and it certainly goes in that direction. By the time all of this apocalyptic shit is over, I think everyone will be in a great mood to go out and have the best time. I do.
“I hope everyone stays inside, and we can control that and go back to the normal people."
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This book is terrible. It hurts like a bitch in a very quiet, understated way, it does not have the grace of tying the themes in any of the expected or more hopeful ways, and does so in a excellently written way. "Beat me while I love you" much?... Feels like a meta-theme.
There are: parallels between the government and Kambili's father's tyranny, between her aunt dithering on leaving the country while urging her mother to leave her father, the friend's questions on what is to be done if the strong leave, the children as reasons for leaving, where to go as the mother asks.
There are: commentaries about privilege, and the amount of issues it conceals, about the difference between public and private image, about having for others to see but not enjoying, about compassion not being something deserved, or related to station.
There are: questions about internalized colonization, the way religion opens paths for oppression and culture erosion (I raged so hard at the baptism and confirmation names thing), how a nation's identity gets eaten.
The motto of a university being "to restore dignity", like dignity has been lost, and higher education is what "gives" it... I have so many issues with the pretentiousness of that motto even while I think education does empower a people.
There is frankly a lot, and it left me so sad.
The first tenth is a mastery of the ominous. There is no overt violence, but the atmosphere itself is violently oppressive, and you can feel how the silence was bred into this girl. There is a moment where Jaja talks about another girl that saw her father murdered just starting to talk after 4 months, and he says she'll never heal from that, and it stayed with me that none of this characters ever will. The mother drank the love sips and was grateful that there was no second wife. Jaja paid heartily for his inner guilt. Kambili still yearns for her father's approval in her dreams, and that's how terrible and binding this twisted mockery of love is. They still do not talk. But maybe they have some hope of laughter.
I'm not touching that other priest with a ten foot pole because she's freaking 15.
Honestly I think this may be my favourite book, ever. There's just something about Valek where the story could be absolute garbage and I wouldn't even notice because I'm following Valek's every movement like a lost puppy. I love him so, so much and it takes a lot to be added to my book boyfriends list - I only have two others on it.
The story is much more adult that I would normally read, and I would not put it in a Young Adult category due to it's fairly violent depictions of torture and rape. I do wish Yelena and Valek's er... moments together would have been a LITTLE more descriptive to make up for it, and that's coming from an Asexual.
The biggest strength of this book is it's main character, Yelena. Smart, sarcastic, flirty and hilarious when drunk, I just loved everything about her. She actually quite reminded me of Eugenides from The Thief series, they both find themselves in dungeons and navigating castles, using their intelligence to get ahead in life.
Poison Me is a romantic suspense by Cami Checketts. Ms. Checketts has provided readers with a great story loaded with fun and lovable characters. This story does drag a tiny bit in a couple of places but it's still worth the read. Chanel leaves Las Vegas when her boyfriend gets her fired from her job and takes a position as activities director at a retirement home. Jake is a doctor and visits the retirement home often to see his grandmother. Chanel and Jake's story is packed with drama, laugh out loud humor, spice, action, murder, suspense, secrets and a little angst, but not enough to be overwhelming. I enjoyed reading Poison Me and I must confess, Ruby and Ellie were my favorite characters. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.