I’m incredibly SORRY!🙈
The Bonus part…is becoming a three part thing…😅
I honestly don’t know HOW this happened!
I can’t change it…🙊🙈
(TOO MUCH SMUT AND TOO MUCH FLUFF IN BETWEEN, I guess😅😂🙈)
I really hope those of you, who don’t want to read the bonus parts but would rather read how the story continues, are not that angry/disappointed now😥
I SWEAR, the “normal” updates will continue soon!💜 Please, be patient💖
The second Bonus part will be up in a few minutes… 😀🙈
Some better alternatives than Autism Speaks. If you really want to help autistics look into an organization that actually helps autistics. In fact, even doing absolutely nothing would be preferable to supporting Autism Speaks.
BTS won the most awards at 2017 Seoul Music Awards
They brought home four awards: Bonsang (Main Award), Music Video Award [for ‘피 땀 눈물’ (Blood Sweat & Tears)], Dance Performance Award [for ‘피 땀 눈물’ (Blood Sweat & Tears)], and Best Album Award [for ‘WINGS’]. This is only the third time that this has occurred in the history of Seoul Music Awards and the first time in six years. The first time was with Big Bang in 2008 and the second was with SNSD in 2010.
Alexandra Elbakyan is a highbrow pirate in hiding. The 27-year-old graduate student from Kazakhstan is operating a searchable online database of nearly 50 million stolen scholarly journal articles, shattering the $10 billion-per-year paywall of academic publishers.
BTS donated 100 million KRW to the 416 Sewol Families
‘416 Sewol Families’ is an organization founded by the families of the dead and missing, as well as survivors of the Sewol Tragedy. Each member donated 10 million KRW and Big Hit donated 30 million KRW. At the time of the Sewol Disaster, ARMYs also donated relief goods to those who suffered. BTS also donated these funds quietly and were not told that their donations would be publicized. BTS decided to donate with hopes that this would give the surviving families of the tragedy even just a little bit of help and didn’t wish to tell the media about their donations.
Salomé, 1909, by Paul Antoine de la Boulaye (1849-1926)
Many may not be familiar with the story of Salomé, and those that do not are probably quite unaware with exactly what they are looking at when staring right at this painting. First of all, artist Paul Antoine de la Boulaye truly had exquisite talent at giving his female subjects a subtle yet readable expression. Here we see, what you’d assume - and partly correct - a young, light-hearted dancing girl. A girl seemingly more childish than sultry. This, however, strongly contrasts with the story of the infamous Salomé. A young girl whose beautiful erotic dancing pleased her king so greatly, he granted her wish to have John the Baptist’s head on a platter. When paired with the description “an icon of dangerous female seductiveness,” this painting does not exactly hold it up. This painting is a perfect example of how knowing the story behind a work of art can be the key to “reading between the lines” of paintings.
When you over hear people talking about “your” subject and they aren’t getting the facts straight. You kind of just want to say…
“HEY! YOU DO NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO DISCUSS THIS SUBJECT! YOU DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH RESPECT FOR IT! IT’S MY BABY AND I’VE BEEN CAREFULLY RESEARCHING IT FOR THE PAST 4 YEARS! STOP HURTING IT BY MESSING UP ITS BEAUTIFUL FACTS!!!”
ALL ARTISTS STAGES: BTS + all artists (Grand Opening) - ‘촛불하나’ (One Candle) by g.o.d BTS + all artists (Ending) - ‘걱정말아요 그대’ (Don’t Worry)
SPECIAL STAGES: Jimin - ‘LIE’ (SOLO) Jimin X Taemin (SHINee) - a Michael Jackson song (song name not disclosed) Jungkook (‘97 Liner Special Stage) - ‘나는 나비’ (I’m a Butterfly) by YB BTS - ‘교실 이데아’ (Classroom Ideals) by Seo Taiji and Boys