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  1. The older and more traditional soaps clearly followed older standards where people commonly had upwards of 5 children.
  2. It is 11, I forgot Tony (Andre and Tony being played by the same actor always makes me forget one of those characters). It was surprising to me too that Erica didn't have more children.
  3. It's not surprising that the workers aren't being paid enough. The strong organization that he has built up couldn't possibly be sustainable without underpaying staffers. He's really not as pro-people as he portrays.
  4. Stefano DiMera's had 8 so that has to be the record. Plus he had two adoptive child to round it out to 10.
  5. Some of this anti-vaccine people are crazy and scary. Melania Trump's immigration as well as that of her parents is quite sketchy. A proper investigation would turn up some deceitful tricks and maneuvers that Trump pulled to get them here.
  6. A lot of these progressives are going to hurt Ocasio-Cortez more than help her. She might hurt herself by constantly going for sound bites and being involved in primary challenges if she isn't focusing enough on her district. From the start it seemed as if she would be a one termer and I think that might still be in the cards.
  7. There are so many filthy people out there. I was using the restroom earlier at the community center where my Democratic club meets and this tall guy was looking over the stall at me. Disgusting.

  8. Since the soaps aren't on the ball, then some SON drama can keep on us entertained. Although nothing will ever top that person who created that whole persona as being an old insider or something like that.
  9. If a network or other entity wanted to produce new content, but minimize how much writers had to do this could probably work. Reusing old ideas and concepts is the in thing to do now. With that said I think the Edge of Night would succeed like this because crime and mystery drama is popular to an extent.
  10. There was just a 6.6 earthquake here in California. The epicenter was thankfully in a low population area with few buildings near Death Valley and I don't think anyone is hurt. If it had have been in a higher population area it would have be a disaster.

    1. Vee


      The floor wiggled while I was on the phone with my mom!

  11. Jeb Bush out here trying to sneaky lay curses. Not a fan of Trump at all, but this is just disturbing and inappropriate.
  12. Jill Bennett on Knots Landing is another one.
  13. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1145818575049023488 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1145818575049023488 /status/1145818575049023488 Someone has a crush Be sittin' up in my room Back here thinkin' bout you I must confess,I'm a mess for you Be sittin' up in my room Back here thinkin' bout you Im just a mess with a thang for you
  14. Another one that was scary was Allison Perkins on OLTL. Barbara Garrick nailed that cult follower persona and just watching the character as creepy.
  15. Less of a character, but more a story line, but the Salem Stalker was scary due to some of the methods used. When Marlena was revealed it was creepy how she admitted to it under the truth serum and just didn't care. Of course the rest of the story line was absolutely ridiculous.
  16. One Life to Live - Between Heaven and Hell
  17. It's like that show was almost prophetic in a way, because Julia did once call Donald Trump on the phone and gave him a piece of her mind. Then there was how Julia ran for office against a right-wing extremist. She is definitely a force to be reckoned with and is one of the people if not the main person that Trump is concerned about running against. Someone so corrupt isn't going to do well in debates against a prosecutor who is used to cutting down absurd arguments. One of the stations in Los Angeles had a panel of undecided voters watch the debate and their opinion was that Biden came off as overconfident, too comfortable and like he had already won the nomination.
  18. Marianne Williamson is in the race to sell books. Being an author who was featured by Oprah is a far more comfortable life than being President, but running will boost your sales and in turn keep your bank account full. With that said her answer about race was on the mark, because people truly do not want to acknowledge race issues in the US.
  19. There won't be any debates. He has one challenger in former Massachusetts Governor William Weld, but that's a low key challenge that won't go anywhere.
  20. Busing was what showed how much racism or at minimum prejudice existed in cities. In the San Fernando Valley an anti-busing conservative managed to win a congressional seat back in 1980 even though it as a mostly Democratic district (granted Reagan's huge win helped). The displays of opposition to busing were quite ugly and were bipartisan.
  21. Harris did what she needed to do in order to stand out and be a real contender. Mentioning that Biden was against busing and that she was bused was a critical moment that can get her the attention of black voters.
  22. I think Eric Trump made up a story about being spat on. The restaurant says that they didn't see the incident and there are no witnesses saying that it occurs. The Secret Service detained someone, but they could have done that based just on caution because he claimed someone spat on him. If it is truly I think he provoked the incident by trying to touch the woman or making an inappropriate comment. He isn't pressing charges which is surprising for someone from such a vindictive family.
  23. Good. Dana Loesch is a really evil person.
  24. Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr. is a real slut. He makes B&B look like Touched By An Angel.

  25. The wedding of Olivia Prospect and Clyde Wright is fast approaching. Olivia sits in the living room of the Wright home filling out invitations with Panola and Haven. Olivia: Thank you so much for helping me do this, ladies. I know hand signed invitations are a pain, but I want to make them personal to let my guests know how much I appreciate them. Panola: It is no problem, Olivia. This is how I did it with my wedding, except I wrote each and every word myself. Haven: Now when I got married my husband insisted on handling all the odds and ends. Little did I know he’d choose the cheapest printer and they ended up spelling our names wrong. Such a disaster much like the marriage. Panola: Haven, we might not want to talk about a marriage being a disaster and this girl is about to get married. Haven: Oh, I’m so sorry, please forgive me. You and Clyde are going to be very happy together. He’s a good man. Olivia: I know. That is why I worked so hard to get to him before any of the other women in Conroy Valley did. (Olivia’s phone rings) Olivia: Please excuse me for a sec, this is the boutique about my dress. (Olivia excuses herself to make a phone call) Haven: I am so happy for them. Especially Clyde considering all he has been through. Panola: Me too, but I am worried. Haven: What has you worried, Panola? Panola: He’s marrying his ex-wife’s sister and not just any ex-wife. Haven: Clyde didn’t know she was Paula’s sister until awhile after they met. Besides, Paula’s still in prison. Panola: But with that gang she used to run with you never know if you might try to have somebody on the outside come and mess with Clyde about this. I can’t stand thinking about it. Haven: This is a happy time, so try not to let anything stress you. Panola: I’m trying, but something just won’t let me rest. Feels like it’s in the air. ______________________________ On a country route, a smart looking electric car cruises down the highway. It passes a sign that says “Entering Conroy Valley”. Inside the car is a well dressed woman with a determined look on her face. At the Hayes home, Garland is straightening up when he hears a knock at the door. He takes a sip of beer and looks through the peep hole of the door. He deeply sighs, closes his eyes for a beat and then slowly opens the door. Garland: Paula. Paula: Hello, Daddy. Garland: What are you doing here? Paula: You should know how to better welcome somebody than that with all the southern home training grandma used to push on us. Ooh, this place looks just like it did when I left. Garland: You mean before you got locked up. Paula: But I worked my butt off being good in there and got me an early release. Can you believe it? Garland: Sort of. You sure ain’t no stranger to running a con. Paula: Oh, you’re still so funny, Daddy. I know you’re glad to see me but that masculinity thing just won’t let you show it. Where’s Adam? Garland: Who? Paula: You’re going to play that again? By now I thought you would have accepted it. Garland: Look, I can’t be dealing with talking about Adam and figuring out what you’re up to, so just cut to the chase about what you want. Paula: I need a place to stay. Garland: Can’t your mother put you up in the big old mansion in Charterwood with that bougie husband of hers? Paula: She hooked me up with some clothes so I get to working and all that, but I wanted to come home to where my roots are. You can fix me some of the sausage and gravy you cook so good and I can tell you about my plans. Garland: Don’t tell me about nothing illegal that you are trying to do, Paula. I’m too old for your mess. Paula: Don’t worry, it’s all gonna be really legit. I’m going to be doing some clothes merchandising. Somebody in the pen showed me a thing or too. (Paula picks up the newspaper and flips through it. She looks on the society page and sees the news about Clyde’s wedding) Paula: Isn’t that just cute as can be? (She smirks and throws the newspaper down on the table) At one of the Wright’s grocery stores, Clyde is taking inventory. Curtis walks in and shakes his head. Curtis: Clyde, Clyde. Man, why do you do this? You’re up in the office with Mom and I. You don’t have to take inventory. Clyde: I enjoy it. It’s a stress reliever and right now that is what I need. Curtis: This wedding is getting to you. I knew it would. You aren’t ready to be married again. Clyde: Oh, I want to be married. It’s just that it feels so right that it scares me. Curtis: What are you talking about? That makes no sense. Clyde: You probably don’t understand, but anytime something good happens for me I start psyching myself out and thinking it’s too good to be true. Curtis: I’d probably feel some kind of way if I got shot by my last wife. Clyde: Really, Curtis? Man, this is serious. Curtis: My bad, sorry. You’re thinking too much and that’s why you’ve always got them headaches. Clyde: That’s a sinus issue. Curtis: Whatever, I know what it really is. You’re afraid of Paula. Clyde: That’s ridiculous. She’s going to be in prison awhile longer and probably won’t be thinking about me when she gets out. Curtis: Even the sanest woman would flip if he ex-husband was marrying her sister. Paula didn’t even like the church mothers hugging you to long. You remember she almost flipped out in church that one time. Clyde: That is my past. Olivia is my future and that is where my head is at. I’m just worried about problems in general. Paula is the furthest thing from my mind. ______________________________ Meanwhile, Panola stops in at her office and finds Joseph there. Panola: Joseph, I thought you’d be at home. Is something wrong? Joseph: We got a big problem. Paula is out of prison. Panola: What? Hold on now, she wasn’t supposed to get out for another few years. Joseph: Yes, but apparently she was released for being a model prisoner. Panola: Our grandchild died because of her and she just gets out early, how? Joseph: That’s the way it works sometimes, babe. Panola: Can he get a restraining order or something? Anything to protect him. Joseph: He could do that, but it’s really best if he didn’t acknowledge her at all. She might not even come back to Conroy Valley. Baltimore was her real stomping ground, so maybe she’ll stay that. Panola: I don’t know, she was still mighty angry at him. I can still see her face in court and feel all that hate. Joseph: Look, I only told you just so we can be alert, not so you can start stressing yourself out. (Joseph embraces Panola) Panola: I’ll try to be calm, but I had been having bad feelings about her coming back. Clyde walks up the steps to his apartment and he suddenly feels a presence behind him. He turns around and sees Paula. Paula: Long time no see, Clyde. How are you? (Paula smirks at Clyde as he looks very nervous)
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