“These dogs detect bodies, they detect blood. They’re basically like, you know— murder dogs. The fact that there was a hit is— is— is significant.”
Elaine’s Facebook login history has been apparently deleted. All of Susan’s texts with Elaine have also been deleted, and Elaine’s iPhone has been disabled…
In which Rosemarie Wheeler speaks Klingon, because she is multitalented as well as good.
SUSAN: I remember I stayed home that night, she didn’t come home the next morning— oh wait, was I home? I don’t remember.
”I hope to have God on my side, but I must have Kentucky.“
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Jayden is doing his best imitation of a cross between a sloth and the “Just Take a Breath, Son” parent, while simultaneously working to make himself sound important and the situation infinitely more complex than Neil, in his naive civilian-hood could ever comprehend, not to mention wholly unalterable by God or man, it culminates in what may be some record-breaking, top tier, super-duper-Jayden-level-bullshit: “In fact, we’re really waiting on the Justice Department Information Center.” Meanwhile, Neil just goes and Googles that shit and starts reading it off the fucking internet. CLASSIC.
We ignore each other and every once in awhile we have confrontations and she closes her door, whatever. But, uh, she has, she has problem with cleaning the kitchen, and she’s really a messy girl. So whenever I give her hard time about it, she says– she gets really mad. So at one point, um, she goes, “I feel like killing–” um, not killing, “I feel like hurting myself–“
I’m genuinely curious why people think Law Enforcement would have any interest in talking with Divine at this point, let alone his new girlfriend? Law enforcement has told us multiple … Continue reading Ducks on Div (plus some Jayden… and Susan, too.)
The more closely one looks at this document, the more nefarious the whole settlement looks. If putting this out was supposed to exonerate Susan of insurance fraud, not only does it fail, it actually seems to add to the list of people who look like they’re part of it.
This is the journal of the helpless and desperate. Tomorrow is Monday, and so the apartment manager should be in. Something’s gotta give.
JAYDEN: I mean, it was a bad night for her. She lost all of her belongings, she lost her keys. The reason that she became aware of it is that someone had videotaped the assault and had recently shown her a video of it. She also posted a couple things that night on social media. One was saying that “I hope I don’t die tonight.”