Wonder Woman, Vol. 3: The Circle by Gail Simone2.5 stars
On paper, having writer Gail Simone (even this books back-flap mini bio gushes known for her much-beloved run on Birds of Prey - no argument there!) pen a Wonder Woman volume sounds like a guaranteed home run for DC. Unfortunately, The Circle was sort of detached and cold, and it often did not generate more than mild interest for me. The four-part title story had a few good moments - WW taking on modern-day Nazis invading her birthplace? Bring the popcorn! - but at times it felt unnecessarily long-winded. A little better was the shorter closing tale Expatriate, where WW is stuck between two not-quite warring alien factions. Her shrewd wisdom helps save the day, and the final development in the last two pages strikes the perfect tone of heartfelt and humorous.
Rich Girl (Gwen Stefani song)
Updated: Dec 8, I'd pay off my student loans, if I were a wealthy girl! Also sing that to Gwen Stefani's song and we have a chart-topper right there. Anyway, I wanted to do a post about the spending challenge I'm currently embarking on. I've never had the most positive relationship with money, especially when it comes to not overspending I'll admit it, I'm a little bit of a shopaholic. So I decided last month that for the month of October I'm going to follow a very strict, budget; and do what I'm calling a no-spend October. For this post I'm going to share how I'm cutting back, where we are at only three days in , and what I hope to accomplish with this.
"Rich Girl" is a song by American singer and songwriter Gwen Stefani from her debut solo . The interpolation of "If I Were a Rich Man" drew mixed reviews.
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Produced by Dr. Stefani says the song discusses her dreams of fame and riches from the perspective of "when she was just an Orange County girl". The last song to be included on the album,  "Rich Girl" was released as the album's second single in late to mixed reviews from music critics. It was a commercial success, reaching the top 10 on most of the charts it entered. When Stefani first began recording solo material, Eve expressed interest in working with Stefani again, saying, "She's fly, she's tight and she is talented.