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  • bday 05/26/1988
  • age 30

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  • Country
  • Favorite Song
    Whitney Houston - I Have Nothing
  • Favorite Album
    Christina Aguilera - Stripped
  • Favorite Musical Genre
  • Favorite Color
  • Favorite Quote
    “Without leaps of imagination or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all is a form of planning.” - Gloria Steinem
  • age 30




  1. I'm closing this and moving it to Classic Moments.
  2. Well, the winners are determined in advance.
  3. I'm fine with everyone expressing their opinions as long and no one is being attacked.
  4. I didn't see any praise. I saw a lot of comments about how tone deaf it was, considering Janet got banned and fined for barely showing one nipple.
  5. I don't care. Terrible songs get the #1 spot on a regular basis. Being #1 does not make a song good.
  6. I appreciate Ariana's voice and some of her music, and I think it's great that she spoke up, but let's be honest – she isn't the best performer. Her most memorable performance was at last year's VMAs, and I loved it, but was anyone looking at Ariana? Probably not. If performing on the Grammy stage is that important to her, perhaps she should have selected a more appropriate song, like Imagine, instead. 7 Rings is trash and won't do her any favors in the long run. That's not a song worth fighting for. It goes without saying that it was unprofessional for the director to lie and just as bad that they're still using Ariana in advertisements.
  7. Jenna


    I'm obsessed with Said I Love You, New Love, and Breathe.
  8. Jenna

    DNA world tour

    @Nobodycares I would love to go but I can't afford the tickets right now. 😞 I might buy them closer to the concert date. Hopefully I'll have a new job before then lol.
  9. It's the year 2044, and the real world has become an ugly place. We're out of oil. We've wrecked the climate. Famine, poverty, and disease are widespread. Like most of humanity, Wade Watts escapes this depressing reality by spending his waking hours jacked into the OASIS, a sprawling virtual utopia where you can be anything you want to be, where you can live and play and fall in love on any of ten thousand planets. And like most of humanity, Wade is obsessed by the ultimate lottery ticket that lies concealed within this alternate reality: OASIS founder James Halliday, who dies with no heir, has promised that control of the OASIS - and his massive fortune - will go to the person who can solve the riddles he has left scattered throughout his creation. For years, millions have struggled fruitlessly to attain this prize, knowing only that the riddles are based in the culture of the late twentieth century. And then Wade stumbles onto the key to the first puzzle. Suddenly, he finds himself pitted against thousands of competitors in a desperate race to claim the ultimate prize, a chase that soon takes on terrifying real-world dimensions - and that will leave both Wade and his world profoundly changed. From New York Times bestselling author Meg Waite Clayton comes a riveting novel based on one of the most volatile and intoxicating real-life love affairs of the twentieth century. Key West, 1936. Headstrong, accomplished journalist Martha Gellhorn is confident with words but less so with men when she meets disheveled literary titan Ernest Hemingway in a dive bar. Their friendship—forged over writing, talk, and family dinners—flourishes into something undeniable in Madrid while they’re covering the Spanish Civil War. Martha reveres him. The very married Hemingway is taken with Martha—her beauty, her ambition, and her fearless spirit. And as Hemingway tells her, the most powerful love stories are always set against the fury of war. The risks are so much greater. They’re made for each other. With their romance unfolding as they travel the globe, Martha establishes herself as one of the world’s foremost war correspondents, and Hemingway begins the novel that will win him the Nobel Prize for Literature. Beautiful Exiles is a stirring story of lovers and rivals, of the breathless attraction to power and fame, and of one woman—ahead of her time—claiming her own identity from the wreckage of love. Whether or not we like to admit it, pop culture is a lens through which we alternately view and shape the world around us. When it comes to feminism, pop culture aids us in translating feminist philosophies, issues, and concepts into everyday language, making them relevant and relatable. In Feminism and Pop Culture,author and cofounder of Bitch magazine Andi Zeisler traces the impact of feminism on pop culture (and vice versa) from the 1940s to the present and beyond. With a comprehensive overview of the intertwining relationship between women and pop culture, this book is an ideal introduction to discussing feminism and daily life.
  10. Jenna

    Favorite genre?

    Mine is historical fiction and my favorite era is 1920s-30s.
  11. They really should have rehearsed more and not just backstage at the last second.
  12. Jenna

    AJ on IG live

    He's very into Funko Pop, his Deadpool costume, and poop jokes.
  13. Jenna

    AJ on IG live

    I think you have the option to save them at the end and he didn't. It ended somewhat abruptly so maybe he messed up on accident.
  14. Jenna

    AJ on IG live

    He is literally 12. Says NightVisions video is still coming.
  15. Jenna


    Welcome! Where are you from? @Nobodycares