commented on Cherdonna's New Show Is an Endurance Test (That I Failed)
Why do the descriptions/reviews of Cherdonna's performances (not to mention Cherdonna herself) remind me of Divine's debut/grand finale performance in Female Trouble? Minus the homicide, but perhaps not the fish and the trampoline.
Oh, and Candye Kane has died.
commented on Sound Transit Explains Why It Can't Run Trains After 12:35 a.m.
The London Underground ("The Tube") shuts down nightly around midnight for service. Buses replace the more popular lines, and everyone has adapted to the night buses -- pub-crawlers and late-night after-theatre diners share buses the same way they would share the Tube. Seattle will find a way to survive.
commented on Justice Antonin Scalia Is Dead
I will only paraphrase what the great Bette Davis allegedly said upon hearing of Joan Crawford's passing: "My mother told me to only speak good of the dead. Antonin Scalia is dead. Good."
As for Sperifera@69: Phoebe is good people. You dis her, you make yourself look bad.
commented on Deadpool Is Lots of Fun, but It Does Not Achieve Immortality
As someone who doesn't give a shit about comic book/superhero movies, I got suckered into watching "Guardians of the Galaxy" because I heard it was not your ordinary superhero movie. Guess what? It was, but with weirder characters (none of whom are more than two-dimensional), an incoherent plotline, and lots of action/explosions signifying nothing. I never did figure out what Glenn Close's character was doing in there or what she was talking about. While watching it, all I could think was "WTF do all these people see in this movie?"
I think I'll take a pass on this one, too. Once burned, . . .
The Old Curmudgeon
Dec 9, 2015
commented on I, Anonymous
Totally sucks. But . . . maybe the first mistake was re-seating the couple. That only fed into their sense of entitlement. If they to sit complain while sitting at the bar/counter, the response is to politely but firmly remind them that they're at a restaurant at a peak time on a very busy day (and without a reservation, if that applies) and then ask them to leave. Beggars can't choose. Well, actually, they can: 1) Take the seat that's available and like it; 2) Wait for a better table; 3) Go elsewhere.
You know that once they start demanding (whether aggressively or passively), they're going to be trouble - for you and the rest of the staff and customers. It's better for everyone if they just go.
Oct 21, 2015
commented on Savage Love
To HUBBY: Read's Dan's latest book. There's an ad for it/link to it right there in the sidebar. It's got a whole chapter about people in your situation. If your problem merits a whole chapter, no wonder Dan's tired of answering questions like yours.