“A big young black guy just made a good play, so here’s a sideline shot of a big old white guy.”
The whole gig’s been a real gas, man.
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – Can you dig it, man?
FAIR USE: CRITICISM – I’m gonna win.
“What is fascinating about the Douglas character, as written and played, is the core of sadness in his soul. Yes, by the time we meet him, he has gone over the edge. But there is no exhilaration in his rampage, no release. He seems weary and confused, and in his actions he unconsciously follows scripts that he may have learned from the movies, or on the news, where other frustrated misfits vent their rage on innocent bystanders.”
So when I was a semi-wee one, there was a specific moment that marked the end of the beginning and the start of the next phase.
Thank God I didn’t know it was a portent for a certainty.
Earl Grey, please.
“…i’m the bad guy?”
His life consists largely of fear and pain and despair; fortunately and blessfully saved by the love of the only person that truly understands him.
Inspirational Quote: “I need to believe…something extraordinary is possible.”
More painful than funny. But then again I’m in a pretty sh1t mood.