Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Bombs Away--NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                                Alessandro Rossilini, of the "Cold Case" episode "Sabotage," is another perp, like Malik, I could not quite feel sorry for.  I get his down-on-the-world rant about corporations gobbling up homes and jobs, which happened to him, and, in tandem, his baby daughter Sophia developing cancer, and he, unable to do anything about it, loses her, as well.

                                 Rage?  Anger?   Sure!  But bombing innocent people????????  Oh, no, that will never do!!!!!!!!!!!!  At least, John Nemann, Jr. the recent Orlando shooter, had specific targets in mind, and even warned a temp to get out before he started.  His act was heinous, but at least it made an odd kind of sense.

                                 What he, Rossilini, and all these workplace annihilators don't understand is they don't need to resort to such drastic measures.  Believe me, darlings, I know all bout work disgruntlement.  You know what I do?

                                   I go to You Tube, and put in entry 10 of the 1971 film "Willard."  The one and  only, as far as I am concerned.  This is the scene where Willard (Bruce Davison) brings his rats to Mr. Martin's (Ernest Borgnine, in a classic, nasty performance) office, and turns them lose.  When Willard screams, "Tear him up!," every workplace disgruntlement can be relieved by watching what follows.  If only Alessandro Rossilini had realized that.

                                    In the opening of this episode, as the first victim's file, early on, is being set in the cold case file, there appears another victim's unsolved file, one very important to this series, and to so many of us!

                                     Rita Baxter, from "The Sleepover!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"


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