A primary way for people on Instagram to stalk or (monitor to damn closely on someone's following and liking activities) IG is going to block people's abilities to see who is following or liking someone on Instagram. It always boggled by mind that people felt it was important and necessary to tweet or write somewhere online, that Timmy followed/unfollowed or liked, or untagged something at IG, as if it was a valuable Public Service Announcement. There's nothing normal or helpful about those tidbits. Always been creepy. Well, IG felt it was intrusive too and are putting an end to it.
I'm going to see Woody Allen's (director of A Rainy Day in New York) son tonight, Ronan Farrow, a reporter on the Weinstein sex scandal and NBC/Matt Lauer fiasco. He'll discuss his new book. I'm quite excited. The price includes a copy of his book. But the $100 tickets were already sold out where you can attend a pre-event reception, meet him, and get a signed copy of his book. I'll be content with just the book.
I added the Disney+ channel onto my Roku menu. There's a free 7-day trial and then $7 a month. I'll eventually get it, just want them to iron out the outtage and sign on problems they have experienced thus far.
And when HBOMax goes live, which will feature Warner Brothers stuff, I'll relent and enroll in that too. I'll have subscriptions to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu and CBS Access for my Star Trek fix.
Wow, just wow!! I posted this on facebook, and I hate facebook. I think it's the first time I posted something this year on my account, and it's November! But read this from Sacha Baron Cohen, it's brilliant!
Timmy's sister Pauline is starring in and producing in a film titled 'What Doesn't Float'. There is a crowdfunding request to help with expenses to finish filming. These funds are standard to help small indie films. I'll make a donation on my next payday, I figured it would be helpful to spread the word and help raise funds for this film. Watch a brief video of the film and read all about it here: www.seedandspark.com/fund/what-doesnt-float#story
At first I was shocked by this news, but it all makes sense. They are taking complete control of their lives while reducing their Royal roles (not relinquishing anything), earning their own money, and living part-time in North America, most liking Canada. The British media will hate them more now that they can't profit from them. LOL!