The US Senate just passed the 1.9T pandemic relief bill after negotiating with a centrist Democrat for the final vote to break the 50-50 tie.
After a month of a downtrend in equities, on Friday, markets rallied into the green. I expect that this bill will likely be a catalyst that kicks markets off next week further into green territory as more households, especially those who are making less than 70k per year can anticipate a 1400 check in the coming weeks.
I despise getting into a good series/book/anime/manga/cartoon which has a terrible cliffhanger "ending", with next to no closure.
I don't want to have to come up with an ending for their story, I want the writer's/director's ending, their interpretation of the story. If I wanted to come up with a story that suits my interpretation, I would be the one writing something. I want to read THEIR finished work, not mine, or some other random internet person who came up with their weird "head-canon".
It baffles me when people actually defend this kind of behaviour, since it just promotes laziness. They are the ones (and sadly the majority of readers) that allow writers to get away with this shit. Storywriters like this should be called out on this stuff way more harshly, they would deserve the negative criticism, which could be avoided by not being lazy and finishing their story properly.
I don't care how disappointing the story's ending is, as long as it came from the writer's mind, and has almost full closure on all charaters and major plot lines.