10. Turning Point: 1997-2008 — Hayao Miyazaki
In 2022, as I will talk about at some point in the future, I would like to read more books about art and artists! Hayao Miyazaki, being one of my influences and favorite creators of all time, seemed like a good place to start. Both this and the one below, Turning Point, are collections of essays interviews from Miyazaki.
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Hello all! I hope everyone is having a chill time or fun time or just having a time. Happy Holidays as well to everyone! It's been a hot minute since I last participated in TTT. However I think this post is a great jumping-back-into-it point, since I was planning on making my own Winter TBR post anyways. Now that is a sort of just a few books I want to read before the end of the year/following into 2022.
The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden
I swear I will read The Winternight trilogy starting with this book. I have had this series on my TBR for years now and every winter I decide to add to my TBR, because its winter and so I should read this wintery series. Also its probably about time I read a book that I know way too much about because of Book Twitter and one that I will share fanart of because I like the main couple of the series!
White Ivy by Susie Yang
Since I work at the library I often come across books where I tell myself “I'm going to read that soon”. Continue reading "10. Turning Point: 1997-2008 — Hayao Miyazaki"
Some borrowers would also be able to repay their loans by selling their homes into a strengthening market
It is at this point fascinating; and pathetic to watch ‘the financial community' slosh around in its tanks of s**t poured straight from its eloquently designed pipeline.
Stories from the media would be wiser to simply start telling the truth. But they wont get it. They are still delusional, believing that the water and electricity services to Manhattan can somehow keep on infinitely…
Everything is paid for in false dollar, From false transactions, by false brokers, making illegitimate trades, based on grossly exaggerated numbers, calculated by a computer network specializing in theoretical applications.
Well at least the BRICS nations will have plenty to offer the planet, while the liars in North Carolina and everywhere else get to reap exactly what they have sowed.
This claim is the sole indicator, but no longer commemorates the original lender or the latest in a series of alleged owners
A HELOC with a ten-year interest only payment schedule, followed by balloon payments and tripling monthly payments, is an obviously abusive credit product. It's got “Designed to Fail” written all over it.
A few questions we might ask: why would anyone take out a loan on their house, knowing that they'll have to come up with a $25,000 payment ten years down the road, or risk losing their home? Assuming that the person is not especially stupid or delusionally optimistic, we might guess that either 1) they are unaware of the predatory loan conditions, or 2) they have been convinced that they won't be a problem. Continue reading "Some borrowers would also be able to repay their loans by selling their homes into a strengthening market"