A lot of people need a villain in their life. They need a bad guy; someone to carry the shadow or the blame.  Someone they can be above or feel better than.  This is an awful handicap over time because it prevents a person from looking at their own character.

Who does this?

We all do this to an extent, but astrologically speaking, people with oppositions between personal and malefic planets are more prone.  For example, I grew up with an Aquarius Sun opposite Pluto. She was light and airy, humanitarian, intellectual (Aquarius) and I was the scum (Pluto).

It very easy to spot something like this in a chart and/or in life, as these situations tend to be highly defined by their nature.

A lot of people need a villain in their life. They need a bad guy; someone to carry the shadow or the blame.  Someone they can be above or feel better than.  This is an awful handicap over time because it prevents a person from looking at their own character.

Who does this?

We all do this to an extent, but astrologically speaking, people with oppositions between personal and malefic planets are more prone.  For example, I grew up with an Aquarius Sun opposite Pluto. She was light and airy, humanitarian, intellectual (Aquarius) and I was the scum (Pluto).

It very easy to spot something like this in a chart and/or in life, as these situations tend to be highly defined by their nature.

Choi Kang ( Jin Won ) is a 17-year-old freshman in high school. He does not study well, but has a bright outlook. His dream is to be an action actor, so his hobbies include exercising and sports. He is absent-minded and loses pretty much anything. With his positive character, he gets by his mother's scolding.

Choi Kang's mother Ko Min-Joo ( Shim Hye-Jin ) does everything for her family and their education. She is a typical Korean mother figure. Min-Joo lives with a fastidious mother-in-law, incompetent husband and two kids. She takes care of family and work.

Choi Kang' s father Choi Man-Suk ( Jeong Won-Jung ) is an unknown theater actor. Sometimes he makes troubles, but for his family he works part time without them knowing.

I am a 34 year old straight woman in an open marriage with a 39 year straight man. I have taken far more advantage of the openness of our marriage than my husband, at least until recently. I have had a string of long-term affairs and short-term flings. During the past 8 months I have basically been living with another man in a neighbouring town to the one I live in. I am drawn to men who are starkly different than my husband, who is an intellectual, moderate in terms of his vices and has a disdain for the type of men who spend every evening in a pub.

I have a drinking problem but it is not a problem I feel any need to resolve and I am drawn to men who are also drinkers like me. I can have a glass of wine in the morning and drink until I pass out in the afternoon and wake up when my lover comes home and go to the pub with him and start drinking again. My husband can’t tolerate that behaviour which is why I moved in with my current lover.

I can’t help but feeling betrayed by my mother and my husband. There has always been something lurking beneath the surface with them and since I haven’t been living with my husband for a long time, I guess she made her move and he couldn’t resist or maybe it was the other way around. Knowing I can’t go back to my life as it once was makes me miss it so much. My mother is the one having long talks with my husband at night, or going to a nice restaurant with him or the theatre and I am at a grubby pub every night with my alcoholic lover.

Frank Anderson , also known as Frank the Rabbit , is a central character and anti-hero in the 2001 independent science-fiction film, Donnie Darko . As a member of the manipulated dead , Frank's objective is to guide Donnie in his path to correcting the timeline of the primary universe by returning the jet engine to its original universe. Although possessing noble goals, Frank's methods of achieving these goals cause him to corrupt and torment the film's titular protagonist.

In the middle of the night, on October 2nd, 1988, Donnie is awakened from his sleep by a strange voice and led out onto a golf course where he converses with a life-size demonic-looking rabbit named Frank who tells him that the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds, Donnie then falls asleep after being told this. After waking up on the golf course the next morning, Donnie returns home to discover that a huge jet engine has fallen from the sky and into his bedroom. The next night Frank appears to Donnie and makes him flood his school.

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A lot of people need a villain in their life. They need a bad guy; someone to carry the shadow or the blame.  Someone they can be above or feel better than.  This is an awful handicap over time because it prevents a person from looking at their own character.

Who does this?

We all do this to an extent, but astrologically speaking, people with oppositions between personal and malefic planets are more prone.  For example, I grew up with an Aquarius Sun opposite Pluto. She was light and airy, humanitarian, intellectual (Aquarius) and I was the scum (Pluto).

It very easy to spot something like this in a chart and/or in life, as these situations tend to be highly defined by their nature.

Choi Kang ( Jin Won ) is a 17-year-old freshman in high school. He does not study well, but has a bright outlook. His dream is to be an action actor, so his hobbies include exercising and sports. He is absent-minded and loses pretty much anything. With his positive character, he gets by his mother's scolding.

Choi Kang's mother Ko Min-Joo ( Shim Hye-Jin ) does everything for her family and their education. She is a typical Korean mother figure. Min-Joo lives with a fastidious mother-in-law, incompetent husband and two kids. She takes care of family and work.

Choi Kang' s father Choi Man-Suk ( Jeong Won-Jung ) is an unknown theater actor. Sometimes he makes troubles, but for his family he works part time without them knowing.

I am a 34 year old straight woman in an open marriage with a 39 year straight man. I have taken far more advantage of the openness of our marriage than my husband, at least until recently. I have had a string of long-term affairs and short-term flings. During the past 8 months I have basically been living with another man in a neighbouring town to the one I live in. I am drawn to men who are starkly different than my husband, who is an intellectual, moderate in terms of his vices and has a disdain for the type of men who spend every evening in a pub.

I have a drinking problem but it is not a problem I feel any need to resolve and I am drawn to men who are also drinkers like me. I can have a glass of wine in the morning and drink until I pass out in the afternoon and wake up when my lover comes home and go to the pub with him and start drinking again. My husband can’t tolerate that behaviour which is why I moved in with my current lover.

I can’t help but feeling betrayed by my mother and my husband. There has always been something lurking beneath the surface with them and since I haven’t been living with my husband for a long time, I guess she made her move and he couldn’t resist or maybe it was the other way around. Knowing I can’t go back to my life as it once was makes me miss it so much. My mother is the one having long talks with my husband at night, or going to a nice restaurant with him or the theatre and I am at a grubby pub every night with my alcoholic lover.

A lot of people need a villain in their life. They need a bad guy; someone to carry the shadow or the blame.  Someone they can be above or feel better than.  This is an awful handicap over time because it prevents a person from looking at their own character.

Who does this?

We all do this to an extent, but astrologically speaking, people with oppositions between personal and malefic planets are more prone.  For example, I grew up with an Aquarius Sun opposite Pluto. She was light and airy, humanitarian, intellectual (Aquarius) and I was the scum (Pluto).

It very easy to spot something like this in a chart and/or in life, as these situations tend to be highly defined by their nature.

Choi Kang ( Jin Won ) is a 17-year-old freshman in high school. He does not study well, but has a bright outlook. His dream is to be an action actor, so his hobbies include exercising and sports. He is absent-minded and loses pretty much anything. With his positive character, he gets by his mother's scolding.

Choi Kang's mother Ko Min-Joo ( Shim Hye-Jin ) does everything for her family and their education. She is a typical Korean mother figure. Min-Joo lives with a fastidious mother-in-law, incompetent husband and two kids. She takes care of family and work.

Choi Kang' s father Choi Man-Suk ( Jeong Won-Jung ) is an unknown theater actor. Sometimes he makes troubles, but for his family he works part time without them knowing.

I am a 34 year old straight woman in an open marriage with a 39 year straight man. I have taken far more advantage of the openness of our marriage than my husband, at least until recently. I have had a string of long-term affairs and short-term flings. During the past 8 months I have basically been living with another man in a neighbouring town to the one I live in. I am drawn to men who are starkly different than my husband, who is an intellectual, moderate in terms of his vices and has a disdain for the type of men who spend every evening in a pub.

I have a drinking problem but it is not a problem I feel any need to resolve and I am drawn to men who are also drinkers like me. I can have a glass of wine in the morning and drink until I pass out in the afternoon and wake up when my lover comes home and go to the pub with him and start drinking again. My husband can’t tolerate that behaviour which is why I moved in with my current lover.

I can’t help but feeling betrayed by my mother and my husband. There has always been something lurking beneath the surface with them and since I haven’t been living with my husband for a long time, I guess she made her move and he couldn’t resist or maybe it was the other way around. Knowing I can’t go back to my life as it once was makes me miss it so much. My mother is the one having long talks with my husband at night, or going to a nice restaurant with him or the theatre and I am at a grubby pub every night with my alcoholic lover.

Frank Anderson , also known as Frank the Rabbit , is a central character and anti-hero in the 2001 independent science-fiction film, Donnie Darko . As a member of the manipulated dead , Frank's objective is to guide Donnie in his path to correcting the timeline of the primary universe by returning the jet engine to its original universe. Although possessing noble goals, Frank's methods of achieving these goals cause him to corrupt and torment the film's titular protagonist.

In the middle of the night, on October 2nd, 1988, Donnie is awakened from his sleep by a strange voice and led out onto a golf course where he converses with a life-size demonic-looking rabbit named Frank who tells him that the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds, Donnie then falls asleep after being told this. After waking up on the golf course the next morning, Donnie returns home to discover that a huge jet engine has fallen from the sky and into his bedroom. The next night Frank appears to Donnie and makes him flood his school.

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Before Superman donned his costume, Metropolis was already controlled by several gangs. Even though in America , Metropolis is seen as a gleaming city of hope and prosperity, underneath the public image of the city are many facets that are controlled by the most ruthless gangsters and criminals.

Intergang
From the beginnings of Superman's career to now, a national crime syndicate has had its clutches on Metropolis for a long time. This organization had ties through the far reaches of space to Apokolips .

Besides Mannheim and Edge, other denizens of subjugation, power, and darkness have appeared in Superman's career that continue to challenge him to this day with their uncanny ability to formulate complex schemes of evil acts.
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A lot of people need a villain in their life. They need a bad guy; someone to carry the shadow or the blame.  Someone they can be above or feel better than.  This is an awful handicap over time because it prevents a person from looking at their own character.

Who does this?

We all do this to an extent, but astrologically speaking, people with oppositions between personal and malefic planets are more prone.  For example, I grew up with an Aquarius Sun opposite Pluto. She was light and airy, humanitarian, intellectual (Aquarius) and I was the scum (Pluto).

It very easy to spot something like this in a chart and/or in life, as these situations tend to be highly defined by their nature.

Choi Kang ( Jin Won ) is a 17-year-old freshman in high school. He does not study well, but has a bright outlook. His dream is to be an action actor, so his hobbies include exercising and sports. He is absent-minded and loses pretty much anything. With his positive character, he gets by his mother's scolding.

Choi Kang's mother Ko Min-Joo ( Shim Hye-Jin ) does everything for her family and their education. She is a typical Korean mother figure. Min-Joo lives with a fastidious mother-in-law, incompetent husband and two kids. She takes care of family and work.

Choi Kang' s father Choi Man-Suk ( Jeong Won-Jung ) is an unknown theater actor. Sometimes he makes troubles, but for his family he works part time without them knowing.

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