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  1. Ayan Roy Chowdhury from New Delhi
  2. Daniel Hansoe from Indonesia
  3. As long as they did a moratorium on major character deaths for a few years (doable), I’d be cool if Dru, Hilary, Brad, Colleen, and Diane’s deaths were all undone. All of them could have a vital role on the canvas. Well, maybe not Brad, and definitely not John Abbott. That moment has passed.
  4. Remember when Michelle Stafford was subtle and chilling? She was absolutely fantastic. And wow (almost) everyone was beautiful. The wonderful lighting helped, of course. But it was a sort of mythic, untouchable beauty. Diana Barton was a stunner in such an Old School Hollywood, film noir way. And it must be said that Peter Bergman was drop-dead gorgeous.
  5. Sabalenka got her first big win in a while today, even if Wozniacki isn’t the player she once was. Sabalenka has really floundered since her epic 2018. Her fall has been underreported because Naomi’s season has been even more disappointing since Melbourne.
  6. Oscar (ykfor) from Hong Kong 🇭🇰
  7. Fernando Borges from Brazil 🇧🇷
  8. LMAO at Stephens/Ostapenko score. 6-1, 0-6 so far in Eastbourne. I’m not sure why the same formula isn’t applied to the women.
  9. Whoever said that the Summer/Phyllis scene today was awkward...wasn’t lying.
  10. Annnnnd the New York and Brooklyn public libraries will end Kanopy access on July 1.
  11. IG: double.k_seok from Busan, South Korea
  12. Eddie Ruivo from São Paulo, Brazil
  13. I wonder about that too. MS’s Phyllis was never a “girl’s girl.”
  14. Kush Dutta from Bangalore (Bengalūru), India
  15. Marc Buckner from Cape Town, South Africa
  16. Had Monica Seles not been stabbed by that lunatic, I’d have maybe appreciated Graf more. She needed an equal.
  17. They do it out of narrative convenience. DAYS only goes sci-fi when they need to make sense of some earlier screw-up, like killing off a popular character. There isn’t that sense of world-building or internal logic you get from really good sci-fi. But it’s stupid for the people of Salem not to constantly consider the possibility that their deceased loved ones aren’t really dead, especially after Marlena, Hope, Stefano, Will, the list goes on, have all been magically resurrected. Yet we’re constantly subjected to characters in mourning without those questions raised, and it’s insulting to their (and our) intelligence.
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