Dating psychos complaints
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BBB reports on unauthorized use of the Better Business Bureau's name and/or logo for as long as the business continues to use it in any advertising, or for one year after the business ceases any repeated unauthorized uses.Laverne Cox continues to do heartbreaking work as Sophia, now locked up in SHU for her fight with Mendoza, and with Caputo clearly unwilling to get her out. His cruelty to her as he lied about Crystal was breathtaking, but almost worse was how he proffered small amounts of empathy in order to be able to live with himself, telling the guard to get Sophia another shirt before she’s hypothermic, because “this isn’t Guantanamo Bay.” Sophia’s response—setting fire to her cell to force her way out—could easily have ended in tragedy (her guard seems not so attentive), but instead she was ushered to safety past Nicky, last seen being dragged off to max for possessing heroin. I still think Tucky’s evolution from a malevolent meth addict who murders doctors on a whim to a sensitive and plucky heroine is one of the show’s more implausible developments, but Tucky 2.0 is infinitely more compelling. It’s for witches and bored housewives, not badass bikers with octopus tattoos.”Questions: Can the show ever get over the Piper panties storyline, which is deathly? And it was funny to see Healy so easily dismiss her confession of killing a hit man who worked for an international drug cartel as the paranoid ramblings of someone suffering a mental break. She mentioned in episode three that her insides “have completely liquefied,” and now that Red knows, that’s one more person aware of the rotting corpse under the tomatoes.(Side note: how have neither Caputo nor any of the guards not noticed that he’s missing?
– At 59, Debra Newell had found professional—but not romantic—success.