Karmin reappeared on the playcounts list through their new single they released called 'Acapella'. I'm not quite sure whether this was a buzz single or an official single as it was originally a 'buzz single' with their lead single being released later this summer however; since then a music vieo has been filmed, edited and released for it and it is August so your guess is as good as mine. Other than that, the plays were made up of the usual suspects - Dashboard, Fall out Boy, Death Cab and Maroon 5 with the retrurn of recvurring fave OneRepublic and a lot of plays through Mariah Carey and Miley Cyrus's back catalogues.
What I Watched
So I didn't make a big deal about it because honestly the last thing I wanted to do was think about what it meant to me/my feelings on the situation, but this was the week before my sister became a married woman. Don't get me wrong, I am very, very happy that she's married and she has found the man that she's planning to spend the rest of her life with, but it still doesn't erase all the mixed feelings I have with this whole thing. It's a change, and as most of you know, I'm not the best with changes. Anyway, she asked if I wanted to go see a movie one last time before she was married and we settled on 'The Heat'.
It was surprisingly funny and a really solid effort desipte the fact that the previews that have been airing since February revealed a lot of the best parts of the movie. Saundra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy were excellent in it, even though I was stil a little squeamish at some of the bloody/violent parts. Saundra Bullock is still one of the most gifted actresses out there as she can vary from dramas to comedies with such ease and Melissa McCarthy continues to prove herself a solid boxoffice draw and one of the few female comics out there in movies this day. Definitely see it, no matter what. :-)