From Toronto, current magazine intern monkey. Hopefully future magazine employment LADY. And yes, I have a corgi. His name is Darwin and he says hello.
I...really did not care for the finale. I thought it was super cliche (like I know this is a southern gothic but for the love of christ did it have to be fucking incestuous hillbillies? there are Anne Rice novels with more creative endings.)
The only scene I liked was the part with Rust and Marty at the hospital, but then it lost me again as soon as Rust started talking about darkness and light because then it got all "STOP HITTING ME OVER THE HEAD WITH YOUR THEMES YOU ARE NOT A NINTH GRADER TRYING TO WRITE A 5 PARAGRAPH ESSAY, SHOW."
Uh, anyway yeah.
Vikings hits like half of these, FYI.
Am I encouraged to actually use these, because I wanna use the tampon lassoing the uterus pretty badly.
The only one I understand is the butt stuff one.
Being an elaborate murder coverup perpetrated by the cables WOULD explain why the it seemed like the department was working against them in '95.
I'm not sure I buy a three year old knowing about Joyce Carol Oates.
@stonefruit Also my thoughts! I have to do this at my grandparents house sometimes, and they live in Central Ontario. Lots of places just don't have plumbing that can handle it.
There's also this piece from Vanity Fair in 1992 which really helps you understand the whole situation even more, and it is epicly fucked. There's tons of stuff in there I didn't know, like that Soon-Yi is both developmentally and learning disabled. Whole new layer of yuck on that aspect too.
That is...not what I thought "diamonds are forever" meant? I thought it was referring to them being the hardest substance so they last forever?
That the Sears catalogue doesn't have any of these things in it any more explains a lot about why Sears is going under.