Highlights the week of September 5 include Labor Day on Monday. The Common Council meets on Tuesday. We will hear from representatives from our East Timor Sister City; decide whether to rezone 418 Division St and 414 S Baldwin; receive an update from Planning Staff on the Comp Plan review; select an architect to work on the Public Market; and vote on extending negotiations with MMSD regarding Education Resource Officers in the schools.
Taking a team of soldiers that has mastered the ability to weather any kind of Earthly hurdles, although it is pro Army propaganda, and throwing them into a fantastical realm where they have to use all their training in creative ways to deal with the horrors that lie in front of them is a good idea. One of the best examples of this kind of storytelling is Overlord (If you haven’t watched it please go check it out). Completely subverting that by killing off almost every single team member to test a team leader that has always depended on their team to get through a problem to survive on their own is also a good idea.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA mum has had to prove she doesn put make up products on her toddler after people didn believe her eyelashes were real.Katie Norton, from the US, shares videos of her one year old little girl Madelyn on TikTok and she garnered a huge following.Many people are amazed by the child incredibly long lashes, with some women even admitting they are “jealous” and want to “steal them”.In one recent video, Katie responded to a comment in which someone wrote: “They are not her real lashes. It obvious.”The mum films herself carefully wiping her daughter eye with a cotton pad while she sleeping, showing that nothing comes off as she does so.Mum wants Bunchems banned after spending six hours removing them from girl hairShe captioned the post: “My baby is not wearing any make up/serum/lashes/eyeliner/mascara. These are her real lashes.”More than three million people have watched the TikTok video, with it garnering over 477,000 likes and thousands of replies.One said: “You don need to prove anything to people.”A fellow user stood up for the parent, writing: “Well obviously they are her real lashes she wouldn be putting make up or fake lashes on a baby.”Katie responded saying: “I thought that was obvious, but I always get a few people accusing me of putting liner or fake lashes on my 14 month old.”allMost ReadMost RecentUnderwearWoman’s easy way to measure bra size at home and how often you should do itA TikTok user named Madison Anne has gone viral after explaining her simple method for measuring your own bra size at home and sharing how often you should be checking it’I’ve stopped loving my husband of eight years but I don’t want to hurt him’MarriageThis week the Mirror’s agony aunt, Coleen Nolan, advises a woman who says she’s fallen out of love with her husband of eight years and doesn’t know whether to stick it out or leave him’I’ve picked the perfect name for my baby but some think it sounds too sexy’ParentingA mum to be has taken to the internet to ask for advice about the name she and her husband have picked for their unborn daughter, and people were divided over itMum appalled as 70 year old mother in law ‘crosses line’ demanding to breastfeed her babyBreastfeedingA new mum has taken to Reddit to reveal the shocking demand her mother in law made in regards to her baby and it’s caused quite a stir, leaving many feeling ‘weirded out’Beautiful baby girl’s eyelashes are so long people don’t believe they’re realBabiesAn adorable little girl has garnered hundreds of thousands of followers on TikTok and they are all envious of her incredibly long eyelashesAndy CappAndy Capp 8th February 2021Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957.