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Deming sang a song she wrote this summer, “How Did We Get Here?

” It’s a dark one, about deception in a relationship, but one verse makes reference to “the liar in the White House.” And Regan, too.

I figgered there just wasn’t no hope for me, an’ I was a damned ol’ hypocrite.

But I didn’t mean to be.” So Jim Casey was using Jesus to take advantage of young women. But then, a few paragraphs later, he insists that it wasn’t just he who was using Jesus.

The rape and murder is the tragedy that sets off a series of decisions made by these characters, decisions that lead to a Rubix’s Cube of unexpected consequences.

We drifted from the theater into The Little Café, where The Spring Chickens were playing.

But something’s weighing on The Spring Chickens, and heavily.

Piper – a wry, amusing fellow – spoke of the mood of anger and depression that has settled over the country, particularly in these last few days, as the news grows increasingly alarming.

Their characters are complex, their motivations not always honorable, the story they are caught up in is multi-layered.Maybe,’ I figgered, ‘maybe it’s all men an’ all women we love; maybe that’s the Holy Sperit – the human sperit – the whole shebang.Maybe all men got one big soul everybody’s a part of.’” Yep, that’s what I figgered when I was hearing folks from Alabama proclaiming on news reports that Roy Moore wasn’t a middle-aged man preying on teenage girls at the mall, that he’s a good Christian man. They’re hiding behind God and Jesus, so they don’t have to answer to their own conscious. BE THE FIRST in your neighborhood to know when a new Critical Mass has been turned loose. That was the theme running through my head while lying awake in bed at 3 a.m. The gray-matter residue from a couple of Tuesday night’s entertainments. A murder mystery that doesn’t give you what you’re looking for: A solution.You’d think that’d be one time when the devil didn’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell.But there it was.” Joad’s been in prison for four years, he interrupts and says maybe he should have been a preacher, because he’s been a long time without a woman and, “It’s gonna take some catchin’ up.” Casey continues to ponder the hypocrisy.

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