Hi everybody! It’s finally sunday and i’m going to watch it today Dungeons and Dragons movie with some friends and family. It’s showing up a few weeks early in select theaters for Amazon Prime members, which is pretty cool. I will report back on this blog with my review.
i’m watching right now Subrogation it’s also repeating the first three seasons before Season 4 premieres next Sunday. I’m nearing the end of season 2 and the HBO business family drama has definitely won me over. I was a bit skeptical when I started watching and the first few episodes didn’t really click. But now I think it’s one of the best shows on TV, with the most outstanding script, acting and character development I’ve ever seen. Definitely check it out!
I’m watching again too yellow jackets On Showtime, one of my favorite shows of 2022. Season 2 will premiere on the same day as Succession, next Sunday, and I’ll be reviewing both. yellow jackets It’s much scarier and weirder, but what makes these two series so good is the great storytelling and wonderfully complex – and immensely flawed – cast of characters. If you enjoy reading and discussing about TV shows, follow me.
But we’re here for Wordle, right?
OK let’s go!
How to Solve Today’s Word?
Clue: This word ends with a vowel.
So, at first I was going to use devil as my opening guess and then “No, I thought I should use something with both ‘A’ and ‘E’ in it so I went valleys which really wasn’t any better. I was going to choose devil because i’m playing Diablo IV The Early Access Beta is this weekend and something diabolical wanted to use it.
Of course I realized I could use the word evil when I thought of it. demon for my second guess (devil It came out thanks to the ‘V’) and that turned out really great, reducing my remaining 281 words to just 4.
Well, no compliments demon like busy This is what I did for the number of demons i.e. Prediction #3, and from here there is only one option left: belief. I think right now my faith is in putting an end to the demonic threat. As a barbarian warrior who pierces dark dungeons and fights treacherous evil, I will slay thousands of demons. Sounds fun to me!
I asked ChatGPT to give us the story about the etymology of ‘credo’ and here is the news:
The word “credo” comes from Latin and means “I believe”. It is the first word in the Apostles’ Creed, an expression of Christian beliefs.
The word “credo” is derived from the Latin verb “credere” meaning “to believe” or “to trust”. This verb consists of two parts: “cre-” meaning “to put your heart” and “-dere” meaning “to give”. So, “credere” literally means “to give your heart”.
Over time, the word “credo” came to be used more broadly to refer to any belief or expression of belief, not just a specific Christian.
“I want to believe” was Fox Mulder’s belief. Hidden Files. a kind of.
In any case, have a nice lazy, soulless Sunday, folks!
Play Wordle Competitive Against Me!
I’m playing a brutal PvP Wordle game against my enemy Wordle But. Now you have to play against me! I can be your enemy! (And of course your helpful Wordle guide).
Here are the rules:
- 1 point For getting Wordle in 3 guesses.
- 2 points To get 2 guesses.
- 3 points To get 1 guess.
- 1 point for beating Erik
- 0 points For getting 4 guesses.
- -1 point For getting 5 guesses.
- -2 points For getting 6 guesses.
- -3 points to lose
- -1 point for losing to Erik
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