Sunday, November 08, 2015

Sunday Whatever

Woman needs to learn to read before spouting off and trying to get a lawyer to pursue her nonexistent case.

It's good news indeed when the neolib Third Way types start bitching about the Democratic candidates.

The TPP is truly bad, evil shit:


Obituary: Actor Gunnar Hansen, 68, best remembered for his role in 1974's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, has died after a bout with pancreatic cancer. Hansen lived in Maine and also taught college courses in addition to acting.

Numerous other actors have portrayed the character of Leatherface over the years, but most – if not all – merely copied the genius portrayal of Hansen’s original work. While the character has never necessarily been likeable in the traditional sense, Hansen created a killer whom audiences could not help but feel bad for. Leatherface had clear mental issues and killed less because he wanted to and more so because his family made him do it. He would wear various masks – made of human skin – that corresponded with his current personality. Sometimes he would wear a mask to kill, other times he would wear one to clean the house and prepare food for his loved ones.

Of course that movie, like Psycho, was influenced by the real-life case of whacko extraordinaire Ed Gein.

Obituary: Charlie Dick, widower of country great Patsy Cline, died this morning. He was 81 years old.

He married Cline in 1957 and had two children with her. When she died in 1963 in a plane crash at the age of 30, Dick raised their two children and continued promoting her legacy for the rest of his life. Somewhere along the line he married again and had another son.

From the obituary it sounds like he was a great guy.


No comments: