Monthly Archives: September 2007
There’s no unifying theme to this post. Just some random things I need to get off my chest before I claw my own eyes out. Is it too much to ask for Sam’s to hire competent customer service people? Today it took three, count’em THREE, people twenty minutes to help the woman in front of […]
In 1969, a twenty-eight year old Bobby Sessions met a young woman named Linda Brotherton. They had both just come out of rocky marriages, and Linda quickly fell in love with Bobby, who was flirtatious and brass–everything that her former husband hadn’t been. Linda’s previous marriage had been violent, and she was happy to be […]
I’m not quite done with the post on Dark Obsession. My apologies. I’ve been busy, and frankly, this one’s been hard to write. Hopefully it’ll be up tomorrow. In other news, several outlets have reported that in Vincente Fox’s new autobiography, Revolution of Hope, the former presidente claims that President Bush was, “The cockiest guy […]
Tonight’s post will in part discuss the book Dark Obsession, by Shelly Sessions and Peter Meyer. Here’s the New York Times 1990 book review. It’s a nauseating story, and unfortunately, the bit that I have to offer is even more disturbing.