My first Nuke Mars T shirt was tightly controlled by the KGB, but average Russians encountered in train stations or just passing by on the sidewalk took great risks to say “Amerikanits! Amerikanka! Welcome! Good! We love America!” Sometimes they’d press a small bag of chocolates into our hands, or stand shaking our hands with great enthusiasm – but even the smallest encounter with Americans could get them in trouble in those days. Fast forward to 1990, and the encounters were wildly different. Yes, this was the time of perestroika and glasnost, and just one year earlier, the Berlin Wall had fallen. But despite how quickly time was speeding past, there was still such bravery – only now on a much more dramatic level.
Nuke Mars T shirt is ridiculously overpriced. We had a hard time finding a place we could afford 5 years ago. But I’m not getting how a HH combined income of 150k+ is complaining here. To me it sounds like quite a few people have a financial planning problem and less of a problem with the market….. we bought our place in our late 20s just outside of the GTA but both had accumulated savings from our 20s. We also took advantage of the RRSP first time homebuyers program to dip into our locked up savings for the down payment. A lot of people only make lol 50k a year….. those are the people who are priced out.That’s the scary part is how quickly values went up. Well here in Montreal anyways… While we might have been undervalued for ages some of the prices are absolutely insane. My sister in law purchased her home for 299k in 2008, she just had it appraised at 890K with renovations she’s done over the last 10 years which were maybe 100k over that period. The stack of relator cards left in the front door is laughable, my bro in law and I were outside while one walked up. Said has a buyer immediately and would charge 3% vs 5% commission.
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If I’m laughing at a Nuke Mars T shirt that isn’t supposed to be funny (excluding horror comedies here) it’s because either I’m enjoying a good scare that just “got me”, or I’ve lost the suspension of disbelief that’s required to actually be scared at that point.What scares us is also very subjective. The first PA movie had me actually nervous to go to bed that night, yet so many people find it ridiculous to the point of silly, thats ok, not judging them cause it didn’t click for them. Then there’s Mother!, amazingly made incredibly anxious movie but it got so over the top that I mentally clicked off, and all of a sudden it became incredibly silly and “that scene” at the end had me laughing just because I was amazed at how far the director went. I was no longer attached to the characters, so how could I be scared?. Then there’s the infamous hereditary and midsommar, I was never able to connect to any of the characters at all and I hate how hamfisted the director is, both movies were freaking hilarious, they felt like a comedy of errors, yet others were seriously freaked out by them, so be it.people laugh for many reasons. If you automatically associate it to intelligence, youre telling us more about your hangups than anything else.
I mean, if something is kinda funny I’ll laugh, but when I say I laugh at horror movies it’s usually a compliment. I really like being scared, it’s an enjoyable emotion, and so when a movie or something actually presents a terrifying concept or a clever scare, my reaction is to grin and giggle because I’m having so much fun (I’m like a baby playing peek-a-boo).For example, there’s a pretty clever jumpscare in Resident Evil 8 that I loved; I was giddy and smiling for a few minutes afterward just because it was so well done and actually got me.