Aug 25, 2015
commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Married Woman
Dude's a CPOS. And wife is naïve as all hell. "Why did he do it?" 'Cause he could. "Why did he lie about it?" Cause he didn't want to get caught. There's no deep psychological turmoil inspiring his behavior. He was horny. Hot coworker sexted with him (and/or actually fucked with him). Dan's way off on this one.
Jul 27, 2015
commented on The Place to Buy Horses in Enumclaw
No one cares, Charles. No one cares about this story, no one cares about "zoo", and the only person who cares--or should care--about your obsession with this story is your shrink.
Feb 12, 2015
commented on The Music of Black English in The Piano Lesson
What a terrible excuse for a review. There are only maybe two sentences in here that relate to this production. Barring those brief, superficial references, this is something an 8th grader could have turned in as a book report after cribbing off of wikipedia. There is nothing about the direction; only one actor is mentioned; all the design elements go completely unobserved; staging is left out; all of the relationships orbiting around the brother and sister aren't considered in the slightest. Usually I expect Mudede to write reviews by referencing architecture, half-eaten fruit he saw on the street, and other completely unrelated nonsense. But compared to this review Here, such a driveling stream of consciousness would have been an improvement.
Oct 30, 2014
commented on Jaime Lerner and His City of Children
Actually when I think of the defining characteristics of a city, nearly all of them are unsafe for children. But I guess I’m wrong. I guess Chicago isn’t a city. What is it then? Is Chicago a hay field? A small town? A mountain peak in the French Alps? A toaster oven?
Why do they keep paying you to drivel?