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"I am the chosen one." "What you are seeing and what you are reading is not what's happening." "I alone can fix it.
"The press is the enemy of the people." "[Immigrants] will infest our country" This is the language of an authoritarian.
Back in the day, Ned Bigby was the coolest middle schooler to walk the planet.
With his notebook of tips and tricks necessary to make it through the three (occasionally torturous) years of middle school, who wouldn't want Ned to sit at their lunch table? ) and the guy who played Ned is no longer a pre-teen.
Paul Di Franco, Mike Elliott, Joe Genier, Rob Kerchner and Greg Holstein are producers on the project, while Glenn Anderson and Di Franco, who will co-produce, are instructors at Shenandoah University.
Filming begins this month in Winchester, Virginia, on the university’s main campus.
The first season of “Devon’s Life Survival Guide,” featuring 20 episodes, is currently up and features Werkheiser talking about all of the different issues people deal with as they go through life.
Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word ‘happy’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness." #Carl Jung there is so much nuance in life and nothing is clearly black and white but then there’s white supremacy and i think we can all feel pretty confident in saying that shit is hateful, hurtful and extremely dangerous so let’s all band together and shut this movement down shall we?
That and that alone is the key to peace, the key to prosperity, and the key to a survivable future.
Everything else leads directly away from that goal.
Now, Werkheiser has been recast in the role, as Dolley has since had to pull out due to scheduling issues.
Werkheiser’s recent film credits include the upcoming crime-drama “Break Night,” as well as the Lionsgate comedy “Where’s the Money” with Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor and Logan Paul, which comes out on Oct. As for “Santa Girl,” the film will follow Cassie (Stone), the daughter of Santa Claus (Barry Bostwick), who wants to attend college in the “real world,” but her father is hesitant to allow it, as he still hasn’t quite recovered from the loss of Mrs. Eventually, he gives in and gives Cassie permission to attend a real-world university.