Good to see Drew avoided the clutches of BIG DEATH.
Shit. Get better and don’t let BIG HOSPITAL beat you! We miss you.
I’m sure John Oliver’s weekly English-language comedy show on a premium American television channel was a major part in Brazil electing a fascist psychopath.
This is by far the most common and short sighted argument that I see. Wringing hands worried about what the “other side” will think or do.
So, Americans who served in the military “own” the flag more than the rest of us. Got it.
You don’t speak for all veterans. Veterans do not get to decide what the flag/anthem mean to the citizens of this country.
You can repeat yourself as often as you like, and you’ll still be wrong.
Go look up the last time the Yankees had a losing season....
i as going to give you a star, but i flipped a coin and you lost.
I referenced this today in the lunchroom at work, saying that now drinking Pepsi is the newest way to own the libs. Everyone looked at me like I had three heads. It was then I remembered that they spend all day working, while I surf the web reading phrases such as “own the libs.”
Swanky Frank’s in Norwalk is now Jamaican Jerk Chicken, which is admittedly pretty decent for being in New England. That being said, if you judge all of CT by Greenwich, you’re missing out on so much more that the state has to offer. We also have large swaths of the state that are plagued by the latest drug epidemics (…
As a former Norwalk resident, I miss Swanky Franks. Best Fried or Grilled hot dogs and awesome onion rings. RIP
Chik-fil-a and Oregon. #corrections
England did the most England thing and added a superfluous ‘u’ to “go forth”.
I heard Masha Gessen (who is brilliant) say once that the problem with current day Russia that Germany post-WWII didn’t have: There were no clear lines between the Soviet bad guys and the victims. Everyone was bad to someone. Everyone snitched on someone. Everyone was snitched on. Everyone lived in fear, everyone was…
This is also the second time we’ve seen an interaction like this between her and a man who isn’t her husband— There was an interaction between her and Waterford when he came back to the hospital and she offered him a gift. She seemed kind of giddy over getting his approval.
It’s both sad and skeevy. As was noted, he’s also a teen and, in another world, the interest wouldn’t be inappropriate.
She spoon fed him some of her jam! I found that shocking in the context of Gilead.
That scene made me so sad, and it took me a minute to figure out why. It’s because this is sort of the next generation. Weren’t these people pretty young/impressionable when this regime came into power? I know Eden is really young and the guy is 20, according to Rita. And they’re just going about their lives as if…
“We had literally heard them all, we could recite them before he even started to say them...”