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Rockwell, who literally dances his way through battle scenes with guns and knives, hasn’t had a role this satisfying in years.
And he’s found a perfect partner in the sweetly ditzy Kendrick — they’d be perfect together in that remake of “The Thin Man’’ that was announced a few years ago.
They meet cute when he’s juggling condoms in a drug store, and Martha is only mildly irked to learn that half the contract killers in New Orleans (played by the likes of Anson Mount and RZA) are after the guy she’s just started dating.
This sort of violent comedy — think “True Lies’’ meets “Grosse Pointe Blank’’ — is tough to pull off, but Spanish director Paco Cabezas and screenwriter Max Landis (“American Ultra’’) nail a screwball fantasy vibe that stops just inches short of downright silliness.
So people send me updates on things like tiny houses, urban planning breakthroughs, people who manage to blow even a double Silicon Valley salary and appear clueless about where it’s all going, and major league players like NFL Mathlete John Urschel who has been known to sleep in his Nissan Versa*.
The world seems refreshed to see examples of high-wealth people living lifestyles of below-average consumption.
All the recommendations are based on these key principles: • Ease of Use • Speed to Market • High Value • Genuine Results • Ethics and Integrity Double Your Dating – How To Be Successful with Women This is one of the best programs, newsletters and e-books on understanding women (I read at least 8).Having recently spent a few days there doing the old clinking of cocktail glasses in expensive restaurants with attractive entrepreneurial people and delicious food flying around everywhere, I have a fresh memory of the vibe of that lifestyle.It makes you feel powerful, and feeling powerful is a useful precursor to actually powerful – gaining the power to live a happy and excellent life.But one of the most interesting articles in recent memory has been making the rounds on social media this month, and it has fired up many Mustachians because it combines just enough spirited and uplifting “Fuck Yeah” insight on the good life, with a well-intentioned but horribly wrong conclusion. With 2.3 million “likes” on Facebook (up from 1.2m last time I checked), it has probably fooled thousands of financially suicidal people into thinking they are not sabotaging their own lives after all.In fact, I suspect that article has gone viral because it tells people exactly what they want to hear: The article is called “If You Have Savings in Your 20s, You’re Doing Something Wrong.” To be fair, it appeared in Elite Daily, which is somewhat of a notorious clickbait forward-this-to-your-facebook-friends content mill** to begin with.
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