« on: December 28, 2016, 09:07 PM »
Debbie Reynolds passed away this evening from an apparent stroke. More likely a broken heart.
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Anyone who knows me knows Iím a huge Star Wars fan. They probably know how much I admire Carrie Fisher, who was my first hero in so many ways. She was never just an action figure to me. More than anything else, Carrie Fisher was a writer. She was a novelist, screenwriter and essayist who was fearless in her depiction of her personal struggles. When youíre 16 and everyday is a battle, reading something like Postcards From The Edge from Princess Leia of all people helped you realize life was crazy and messed up and in the end, just life. She fought a lot of battles and like a lot of strong women I have had to privilege to know and work for in my life, she remained undefeated. Carrie Fisher was the girl, the hero, the writer of my dreams. RIP.
And WTF is "PPP" supposed to mean?
What house has a graveyard on the lawn? Nice choice, Carol.It's not that uncommon in small towns in the South.
And yes... where are the gay guys? I've been wondering what's up with those two for a while. They're actually competent, but they're nowhere to be found right now.
Judith might be a much more effective tool to paint Negan as a monster than just about anything else.
I might have agreed with that except would everyone's apathy toward Judith make us not feel as strongly toward Negan being a monster if he killed her? I feel it wouldn't work.
I think they would have to take Negan very differently if he killed Judith, but I like the idea. I think Rick could eventually reconcile in some way with other character deaths, but would be pretty impossible to let the guy that killed your baby daughter go on living.
No one was noticing the tower crumbling.