Posted 08/23/13 at 15:26:51
My dear Tiffany,
I left this alone after apologizing for my pompous/rude outburst in a later post. I reread your post telling me that I have yet to mature. Initially, I was surprised and, admittedly, a little angry, but I realized that you're right - I am somewhat immature. I would, however, like to know your reasoning, if you are willing to share.
Posted 04/26/13 at 09:05:58
Jackson, You apparently are a very small man. You obviously have not yet matured. Hopefully, that will soon happen for you.
Posted 03/26/13 at 23:13:46
@bub I laughed out loud for days! What oh what would we do without the comments section?...
Posted 03/11/13 at 15:37:44
The AARP meeting is that way, Karen and Mike --------->
Posted 03/10/13 at 21:48:53
It seems I over steped myself. Karen thank you for the nice way you responded. I know many will miss Dexter. Here where I have retired American living in the Philippines they will not show Dexter or other adult shows until eleven at night. That is really late.Most people are in bed and get up at 5am.I do want to say I did not mean to step on anyones toes. To the person who had to give a negative comment on my spelling I debated for a week as wether to respond or not. No one ever has critised me before, I will explain. At age 6 I suffered a acccident in a pick up truck that left me with brain damage. I can not hit a baseball or catch one because their speed gets tracked different in each eye sending the signal a split second different from each eye to the brain.Thus memory of what I am looking at is a blure. Hearing is like a ecko in my brain thus I have great difficulty with judging moving objects and remembering what I just heard. I am sure you have seen profeshional, singers get messed up when singing in a stadum because of the echo. That is me 24/7. Impossible to remember things. Takes me hours to learn a two sentence poem. Keep forgeting peoples names, very frustrating but I adjust best I can. because each word coming from my brain hits a dead spot thus miss spelling. If they had spell check here I would use it. It has taken me years of repetative motion to be able to use a computer. I repeat everything every day I did the day before so I will not forget things. This is my life.
Again I did not mean to ofend anyone. MKL
Posted 03/08/13 at 13:38:00
Mike, most teens are already mentally ill, just look at the world we live in. A kid on your block just killed his whole family, but life is great, have a good day. We just let thousands of illegal criminals go in your area, but we're sure they aren't dangerous, have a good day. It's not tv shows that are driving people crazy, it is real life that is doing that. All the time we see dangerous criminals getting out of jail and going around killing and hurting people. So seeing an awesome tv show where we can see the truly insane, remorseless killers getting taken out, in an insane world, where the laws are keeping them free to do so, is refreshing. Dexter is an awesome show and I will miss it very much.
Posted 03/07/13 at 14:56:38
As an aside, Jeff Lindsay's books are great. Things happen differently than in the show. I highly recommend them.
Posted 03/07/13 at 14:53:53
Leslie...you're absolutely right. I let my adoration of Dexter and bitter disappointment regarding its demise override my, admittedly, somewhat lackluster judgement skills. It's the way that I felt at the time, but I should have had the better sense just to leave a note about the show itself rather than bickering.
Posted 03/06/13 at 11:14:15
For Dexter fans, remember that season 8 is premiering at end of june/early july. So many shows loose viewers not because no one wants to watch but because they don't know to watch. Hope summer gives them more viewers and I will miss having a show to watch that I'm comfortable won't be cancelled in the middle of me watching. Love showtime!
Posted 03/06/13 at 02:41:23
I just love when people attack others on the internet. Instead of using their fists,they attack spelling and grammar. Ha!