commented on Trump Says You Have to Vote for him Even if you Don't Like Him
@2, In the first film, after he's been knocked out, in the alternate and better version of 1985, he's become a humble and productive member of society, if still a bit prone to mischief. When George McFly's newly published novel arrives in the mail, he seems genuinely excited, pleased and proud of his friend/customer.
In the second film, we see that as a teen he lived with (abusive?) grandmother in a dilapidated improverished and implicitly broken (orphaned?) home. After he's had his lights knocked out at the big social event, he's driving home alone, humiliated, and he looks like he's just about to cry. It was the big transformative moment of his life. I think the actor, Tom Wilson, is a little underrated for his performances.
In the third alternative and dystopian version of 1985, he's an absolute and irredeemable monster. Interestingly, the only difference between this Biff and the humble, productive Biff of the second and good 1985, is that this Biff has been given millions upon millions of dollars by an older "relative" which he never earned.
commented on Seattle Times Apologizes to Readers Over Clinton Screwup
@3, they used a photo Bill because he gave the big speech at the big event that day, and Hillary didn't attend. There's a reason they all them "new"spapers. You know. Current events. You can expect plenty of front page photos of Hillary in tomorrows newspapers after her big speech tonight. And if you've forgotten what she looks like, you can always look her up on google.