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Not wearing a hat, or the belt load of gear?
Oh, Lord — continued next week. Maybe some one will die.
Lighten up. Half the comments here are repeating stuff someone else has already said.
You do know that the “a” is not capitalized in Luann?
Maybe Bernice is the new Ann Eiffel I made this comment later the night before. Up untill then I don’t think I heard anyone call Bernice the new Ann Eiffel. Now, today that notion seems to be trending.
There is no cousin. That’s just a contrivance to make Tara homeless.
“Gaslighting” is a form of psychological warfare in which one person tries to make another doubt their own senses/judgement. It comes from an old movie called “Gaslight.”
I’ve been unable to comment for the last couple weeks which is probably just as well since this story is easily the stupidest thing Greg and Karen have come up yet. When last seen Tara was in a snit because Luann had busted her chops in art class. They never made up but now they are BFFs. Tara has a problem with her cousin violating his or her parole. Well, rat him or her out to their parole officer. That would get them sent back to jail. End of Problem. Tara says she was going to live in her jeep, as so many Californians do, but she sold the top. So go to a hardware store, buy a 10×8 foot tarp and some bunji cords. Throw the tarp over the roll-car and tie it down. Instant tent. And where did Luann get a key to the Tuse’s back door. She has no ownership stake in the place. Only her parent’s do. Nor does she work there. Thus there is no reason for her to have a key. While the Fuze closes at 11PM (if I remember correctly) that’s onlyl for customers. It would be closer to midnight before the person has left, the floor sweep, the kitchen scrubbed and sanitized and the last of the garbage taken out. Then the Fuse probably opens at 7am for the breakfast rush, meaning someone comes in around 6:30 to turn on the grill and set out the various ingredients. So Tara would have to get in around 1am and get out by 5am. Not much of a sleeping arrangement. There is no logic in Luann
Harking back to the black-out series some weeks ago, I’d like to put on my Mr-Know-It-All hat an note that even very weathy Sen. Ted Cruz did not have a back-up generator in his house. It’s not something most people have or think about, People expect the electricity to always be on.
Delta disappeared because she was so boring. Characters are only boring when the author makes them boring. Greg made Delta boring. He made Gunther boring. He’s making Bernice obnoxious…. Maybe Bernice is the new Ann Eiffel
I’m curious why the alarm company hasn’t notified Nancy and Frank about the many unscheduled openings and closes of what would have to be a door with an silent alarm on it.