'Paradise City' promo
People mean ill. Mmm.
'Motherland: Fort Salem' 1x08 promo
Fudge yogurt – okay.
I was looking forward to Free Comic Book Day and 'Black Widow' on saturday.
My ex is an ever more distant memory.
'Life After: Chernobyl' was okay.
I want a Bulgari diamond, amethyst, topaz, rubellite, citrine, quartz and tourmaline necklace. I want a Richard Ginori oriente Italiano cake plate and a Fiammetta V Home Collection rolling pin. I want an Apollo Collection fire opal and diamond pendant. I want a Hampstead hanging nest chair.
There is snail black vinegar? What is finger lime or lemon aspen?
I'd try chocolate cru virunga.
Recall Wrigley's spearmint gum?
'Modus' = no.
Who saw 'Shadowlands'?
Cyprus cats are cute
Apple juice – nice.
Roquefort unpasteurised cheese – yum.
White Zinfandel rose – yum.
Gluten free chocolate chip & hazelnit cookies – nice.
'RTE News' Quotes:
“Calling for something to be done.”
“Remain tourist free.”
'The Irish Times' Quotes:
“Responding to a child's sneeze by locking her in the polytunnel greenhouse for the afternoon and telling her that she'll have to survive on aubergines and cherry tomatoes until we see if anymore symptoms develop.”
“A chore for her to accept.”
“Paid in blood for their liberation.”
“Looking a bit panicked.”
“Can switch from McDonald's leftovers to killing rats and pigeons within days.”
“Could result in your anger.”
“Fear that your behaviour has caused.”
“The fear of your anger will always be there.”
“Doesn't know when saying no is safe.”
“Imbued with anxiety or even fear of emotioanl retaliation.”
“Agreeing to sex only to avoid punishment is not consent.”
“Concealing, for example, his love of reading from the group lest they mock him.”
“Element of suspicion.”
“Rapid ideological conversion.”
“Fault of certain media.”
“Subject of rumours and debate.”
“P4 stands for pathogen level 4, menaing the most deadly viruses for which no cure has been disocvered. P3 and P2 indicate lower levels of leathalityy and safety precautions.”
“Enclosed literary culture.”
“Objectified women as passive metaphors, emblematic muses and decorative motifs.”
“Extraordinary levels of exclusion.”
“Put one on my mom's Tesla.”
“Was alone with his sick father when the old man died rather siddenly.”
'Sky News' Quotes:
“Transport the dead.”
'The Simpsons' Quotes:
“Bathrooms with doors?”
“I didn't see the moonlanding or the fall of the Berlin Wall but I did see my father take a grapefruit to go.”
“Balls what float.”
“Pretend we're inbred hicks.”
“He's stupid enough to believe you have an idea.”
“Hairless swamp beast.”
“Mystery balloon gas.”
“I consider you family now which is not really that select a circle.”
“Goons get him.”
“Exuding “normal” from homes packed with inherited furniture, mismatched cushions.”
“Gone to great lengths to hide any hint of personality in their homes.”
“Year of our Christian Salvation.”
“God's vengeance on a corrupt city.”
“Cannot and must not, honour his word when doing so puts him at a disadvantage.”
“A word never pronounced without a shudder.”
“Should you query any of this, untold other hopefuls will gladly take your place,”
“The Point Horror novels I used to read as a teenager had better plots and more scares.”
“Trying to make their own bleach.”
'The Brave And The Bold' Quote:
“Seeking out new life and new diseases.”
“My bed has always been my refuge from the world.”
“An overwhelming urge to posses it.”
'48 Hours' Quotes:
“People who don't care for you.”
“Please come out of your house and talk.”
'The Sunday Time's Quotes:
“Often criticised and worked to exhaustion.”
“The people who always recognise me are homeless.”
“Not in any way sadly.”
“Loathes the company.”
“People get upset about everything.”
“Modern form of attention seeking.”
“Deep moral change.”
“What's this knife you've got?”
“A salt made from dehydrated shrimp heads.”
“Audibly moan in disapproval.”
“Community I have been a part of for my whole life have turned against me.”
“Presumed guilty in the court of public opinion.”
“Judged by the standards that he has demanded other people be judged by.”
'BBC Breakfast' Quote:
“Most urgent shared endeavour of our times.”
'BBC News' Quote:
“May have to sell his tv to get by.”
'American Housewife' Quotes:
“I am not the bad parent here!”
“Only serves smells.”
“I don't want you to be proud of me!”
“What kind of person behaves like that?”
“You do! All the time!”
Rewatched 'Last Resort' 1x09&1x10:
We see flashbacks of the what the SEALS pulled in Pakistan. Chaplin bluffs and is widdely disliked. There is a dark impetus as a boat full of the submariners families is hijacked by angry Pakistanis.There are contrarian views, angry demands and any lingering illusions shattered. Christine is carried off.
Chaplin has not done much to restore his standing. This is not a moral universe. Kylie gets a message to Kendal. This was one of the least lauded shows. This was not convincingly acted and Christine's sleazy lawyer sleazes. Things are fundamentally opaque. Chaplin is paranoid. There is retaliation. This is an unprecedented situation. Chaplin and Kendal are national terrors. Chaplin bellows and is bitterly entrenched.
There is no happiness or good feeling. This was not relentlessly tense. Chaplin rages ferociously. The SEALS lie. This is a moment of reckoning. Chaplin can't give into demands as he has no firing key. There is talking, talking and the SEALS lie more. The SEALS facilitated the nuking of Pakistan. There is ruinous ideology and James does retrospective judgment. Kylie has a brother? This was not unflinchingly realistic, people can't mitigate rage and factionalism is bred. This was mundane and disappointing. There is opprobrium and Christine is sold out.
“Shut up and die like good sailors.”
“These people didn't deserve this.”
“Being the one on the outside.”
“Sorry's not good enough right now.”
“A man capable of terrible acts.”
“This one's for history.”
“This is why you don't hijack nuclear submarines and try to conduct rogue foreign policy.”
“Trappings of valour.”
Something deeply rotten is going on. Kendal and James go looking for Christine. How did James and Kendal get to Manila? A Chinese envoy shows up with food and medicine and plants his flag. The COB wanders the jungle. Events are characterised by mistrust and, in some cases, open hostility. Kendal and Chaplin are driven further and further apart. Kylie hurls a coffee mug at a home invader.
Forces amass. Something far worse is coming. The submariners have 25 prisoners. Where's the beer wench? This was okay. The COB lies. A coup is planned and Christine is kidnapped again. Chaplin goes Bligh and Sophie is irrelevant and the Colarado is ever more set against its own nation.
“The rogue captain.”
“You ungrateful bastard.”
“Know who's walking there.”
“Public enemy number 2.”
“Local thug with delusions of grandeur.”
“Become an inconvenience to your country.”
“Carry a log the size of a telephone pole over soft sand.”
“Everything is in the acceptance.”
“WHERE IS THE COB?!?”