Sue ann

Sue Ann

I am a retired baby boomer. I have seen way too much television in my lifetime, and I am not overly impressed with a lot of what is being created today.  As it runs down,  time has more value to me.  I am less inclined to waste it on trash. If I consider a program to be trash, I will say so.  I don't really care what anyone's opinion of me is; I am too old for that fifth grade stuff, too.  I am not here to be liked. What I see as well done, I will watch, and discuss.  I don't intend to deliberately offend anyone, so assume that I am your grandmother, and take that into account.   Old people do not view the world from the same vantage point as the young. The picture is Doc Holliday.
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Sue ann

Don't forget Elias. He has a shot at taking down Dominic, too. And excellent reasons for doing it.

Sue ann

"Do you agree with Pride's choice to keep Laurel in the dark?" I think that under the circumstances in this specific episode, the kind story at the end was justified. As far as how Pride has been telling Laurel only kind grandfather stories all her life, I don't know. It is a situation I have given a great deal of thought, as I am faced with a similar question in my own life, and I have yet to decide whether or not to tell my nieces of the true story behind something in our family history, or not. I was told at a young age, and I have been thinking about it for decades, and I still have not decided. It is true what happened, but do they need to know it? Am I happier from knowing it? No. Do I wish I did not know it? I don't know. That is a really good question.

Sue ann
Stalker Season 1 Episode 16 Review: Salvation

Kinda shocked me at the gitgo. I lived in Rochelle, IL for six years, and worked there another two. It is not quite as provincial as they make it out.