“That Just Means He Likes You”- Look, if you want to tell your child that being verbally and/or physically abused is an acceptable sign of affection, i urge you to rethink your parenting strategy. If you try and feed MY daughter that crap, you better bring protective gear because I am going to shower you with the brand of “affection” you are endorsing.
Attempting to find sense and reason behind the murder of his four-year-old daughter, a father stumbles upon secrets that he may come to wish he never uncovered. Without giving away any spoilers what at first appears to be your standard ghost story about a father haunted by the death of his child steadily transgresses into something far more harrowing.
Veronica Franco (1546-1591) is the most famous of the cortegiane oneste, or honored courtesans of Venice. After a marriage that ended for unknown reasons, both Veronica & her mom became courtesans. In the 1570s, she published her poems. In 1580 she published her personal letters, including one urging a woman not to encourage her daughter to take up prostitution. Franco never regretted her profession, but she acknowledged the many dangers of such a life, especially for low-class prostitutes.
Fresh off her convention speech Tuesday night, Ann Romney spent Wednesday wooing two of the GOP’s toughest audiences: women and Hispanic voters. At a lunch event Wednesday, Romney explained why Hispanic voters should vote for her husband. Pitching herself as “the daughter of immigrants,” Romney (who is the granddaughter of a Welsh coal miner) urged Latinos to get past “some of their biases” and come to their senses: