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Apr 9 2018
24

Fleetwood Mac is fine, don’t love them, don’t hate them, but I LOVE Lindsey Buckingham. I had to buy the Go Insane cassette several times because I kept wearing it out. The family cat was named Lindsey (female). Whatever happens, I hope he’s happy.
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Apr 9 2018
26

I love the band, Stevie and Christine, in particular, but at their concert a couple years ago, Lindsey really was the driving, dominant force on stage. It won’t be the same without him.

Apr 9 2018
28

To be honest, I’ve thought Lindsay’s been on the outs with them since his “Holiday Road” period decades ago. He’ll be back though. They haven’t been able to truly quit each other in years so why start now. If they could survive all the breakups, affairs, and drugs-they can survive this.

Apr 9 2018
87

From a lawyer’s perspective it’s pretty jaw dropping. For them to get a warrant for documents that are presumed to be privileged, they need to make a pretty compelling showing that the privilege doesn’t apply because the lawyer is helping his client commit a crime or a fraud. I’m so freaking excited.

Apr 9 2018
80

Jinni: many thanks for your active role in the community. I, for one, recognize your time, help and efforts on behalf of others. Thank you for making Jez and The Slot a better, nicer place. Cheers

Apr 9 2018
7

The only time I want absolutely no restrictions place on the 2nd Amendment is when Republicans talk about Christianity. I am so worried these days about our government I’m willing to entertain the conspiracy theory that all that is happening is setting up Pence to take over and establish a theocracy.

Apr 9 2018
12

Honestly, that is an issue but they do a really good job with the solution. I hesitate to say more without spoiling it.

Apr 9 2018
30

Not just that, but the FBI was so serious they raided his hotel room as well as his office in case he was hiding more shit offsite.

Apr 9 2018
4

Um. Heads up in case this affects anyone’s stance on things: This is Krasinski’s third film. His first was Brief Interviews with Hideous Men in 2009. Read more

Apr 9 2018
12

If you’re able to overlook the irresponsibility of the characters and how little margin of error the premise allows, A Quiet Place is a decent yarn. If the creatures react and hunt people from even the faintest sound, how are we to believe they would be able to survive without farting for over a year?

Apr 9 2018
24

As a non-horror fan I was inspired to watch this movie thanks to my life of John Krasinski + Emily Blunt and the fact that they were adamant about hiring a deaf actress to portray their daughter. I really enjoyed this film, and since I’m not really into the genre I won’t try to say that it’s not a horror movie, but I Read more

Apr 9 2018
3

I’m not Mormon, so I’m not familiar with the licked-cupcake thing specifically, but I was raised Calvinist and Baptist (the latter was where most of my problems cropped up) and I distinctly remember being taught the chewed-gum thing several times. I assume it’s the same thing and it’s allllllll gross.

Apr 9 2018
13

Nice! My mom is still a practicing Mormon, and uses her perspective as a divorced single mother who worked two jobs to (gently, in a Christlike way) stick it to the retrograde gender bullshit that crops up in Sunday School. Like when someone was shitting on “young women these days” for being on birth control as Read more

Apr 9 2018
8

I seem to remember a board and a nail, as well as a crushed up rose. Wonderful religious instruction! I don’t remember my mom as a feminist, but she was the only woman in the ward who worked outside the home in the late 70's/early 80's and the Mormon’s opposition to the ERA kind of drafted her into feminism.