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  1. live2read commented on Luann 1 day ago

    Yeah, and we must also remember that Brad comes from a more traditional, more stable family life in which life’s best moments are celebrated, and so he wants to celebrate the best moment of his life in a traditional way: a big, with-all-the-trimmings wedding. Toni, as we’ve seen, has had a less conventional, more unstable life and therefore, wants simpler, no-nonsense nuptials.

  2. live2read commented on Luann 9 days ago

    Jonah is like a lot of other men who believe that being a good father involves only bringing home the bread, while leaving the child-rearing to Mom. That seems to be his attitude: try to establish a career while dumping the childcare duties on a woman—in this case, Toni. But being a dad also involves actually raising a kid and that’s what Toni is trying to get across to Jonah.

  3. live2read commented on Peanuts 28 days ago

    Nah. He’d be too scared to even throw out a net to catch one.

  4. live2read commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    She deserves a break from this responsibility called parenting that her brother is supposed to be taking on full-time.

  5. live2read commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Well, Toni at her weariest, courtesy of her irresponsible brother.

  6. live2read commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Actually, being exposed to the elements via open-air centers is a HUGE problem here in South Texas because we have scorching hot temps (over 100 degrees) during the summer. It’s totally unbearable, so I definitely welcome the cool comfort of an indoor mall. I like the open-air malls, too, but I would actually like strolling through one further North because at least there, the weather is much cooler and therefore, more comfortable. And I love cold weather. :)

  7. live2read commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Where I live, we never had a Tower Records (guess it was a West coast store, right?), but our mall did have a Musicland. I remember all the tapes and CDs there. We also had a Sam Goody, but it got replaced with a Sephora. (Not a big fan of cosmetics places. What else can you do in there other than buy make-up? Not very interesting, IMO.) But a mall about 30-45 minutes away still has a Sam Goody, only now it’s called F.Y.E. (For Your Entertainment). I go to that mall just to get movies at F.Y.E.; however, it once did have a Waldenbooks and Hallmark Gold Crown store, so I would go to those places, too. It’s the one place where I can get good movies at great prices. But the mall itself, I think, is headed for dead-mall status; for example, the storefronts in the Sears wing of the property are empty. And of course, Waldenbooks closed, and eventually, the Hallmark store. They’re closing too many stores there; if nothing changes soon, they’ll end up joining Windsor Park Mall (San Antonio), Dixie Square Mall (Harvey, Illinois), Rolling Acres Mall (Ohio), and many others in that graveyard called Dead Malls.

  8. live2read commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    I hope not. I love books—going over their words, feeling the pages, and even smelling the pages. You can’t do that with an e-book. :)

  9. live2read commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Yeah, and then the men wonder why we women get so cranky after doing all that work.

  10. live2read commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Dogs and little kids are pretty much the same way: sometimes, you’ve gotta use tricks to get them to do what they don’t want to do, like taking baths or going to bed.