Clearly they made no post-attack plan, or at least nothing beyond "retreat to the suburbs."
I appreciate you so much for mentioning this particular fuckery. The part of my spine that this article caused to bend has just straighted out again.
Expensive shoes (so one's back and knees stop hurting) and dental care (so as to keep one's teeth) are pretty much the defining obsessions of middle age. But cheap sneakers and Jolly Ranchers are severely overrated anyway.
Anyone who isn't directly involved in law enforcement but feels the need to carry a concealed gun can really only be politely described as a 'nut' and whining about it hardly makes a guy look more reasonable.
This show is astonishingly close to perfect, really. I laugh and/or tear up every episode.
I think people won't watch because it's about a woman in her 40s who isn't The Mom or The Wife, and the show's concerns are far larger than "Will Amy find a man?"
@My Number Is My Address
I know! I prefer to save my violent expressions of dislike for people who are actually up to no good, like my neighbors who leave their garbage in the hallway or Courtney Love.
Thank you both for providing a link I can send to people who ask me "what do you meeeean you don't watch the Oscars and hardly ever see most of the nominated movies until years after they come out?"
CRASH. CRASH did that.
But it's usually less expensive than having a t-shirt made that reads "I am uncomfortable with aging and insecure about my hairline."
"Woman goes back in time to expose and correct mid-century voter fraud" was the original main plot of PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED, but it was revised to simply, "should she really have married that guy played by Nicholas Cage?"
He thinks moving jobs from one state to another is "job creation" so he very well might also think that marriage equality causes taxes and regulation. Just because.