Beneath it all, we're all the same: just weird, creepy bones.View the Gallery ▶
As we speed away from the Benina International Airport in the Libyan city of Benghazi, our cab driver, Ahmed, points out the sites of recent terrorist attacks. Hint, he's doing a lot of pointing. "The rebels blew up that post office last week and the government retaliated by burning down the hospital," says Ahmed as he calmly blows through a rebel checkpoint. "That's super fucked up," replies Lars, the German ex-pat photojournalist/performance artist that is accompanying me on assignment.
The streets of Benghazi are empty except for the occasional convoy of child soldiers that roll through the city in customized Toyota Land Cruisers. The child rebels blast a bizarre style of ultra-fast Benghazi techno called Urkwar through homemade speakers on their cars. Ahmed explains that the music is popular among young soldiers who are forced to fight in holy wars. "That is both very sad and very cool," says Lars, who is in the back of the cab rolling a fat spliff topped with Moroccan hashish.
1. A Whole Bunch Of New Characters
If you were a little disappointed with the bland, declawed versions of favourite characters from the comics, you can rest easy this season knowing that the guys who were in charge of whatever the hell happened to Michonne and the Governor are just making up original characters. That could be fine.
2. Suspicion, Betrayal, Power Plays
Season 1 did it by a lake, Season 2 did it in a farmhouse, Season 3 did it in a prison, and now, Season 4's doing it! Still in a prison!
3. Trouble In Paradise
Glenn and Maggie's relationship will be tested this season, much like Nick and Jess' has been in the more recent episodes of 'New Girl'. Such a great show. Everybody should be watching that.
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Your twenties are the hardest. No one hands you a road-map for navigating post-college life. You're simply thrown out into the real world and expected to know everything you need to get by. If you're a millenial who's ever been confused about these formative years of adulthood, here are some essential things to remember...
1. Your twenties are a ten year period of your life.
2. This period of your life takes place after your teens, but before your thirties.
3. You have been alive for at least twenty years.