Common mistake. Mr. Butts wrote the screenplay adaptation.
Thank you. Took me a second.
Frankly I’m surprised Lisa had enough money in the bank that she could stay unemployed this long and still pay rent, eat out, and take classes.
Reminds me of a book I read as a kid. “Under the Grandstands” by I.C. Heine.
No worries. There’s always a spare.
Yes, I have read that too.
They both must be very Enterprising.
I remember it well. I was trying to change jobs that year. Nope.
WWI was noted for its large number of facial wounds. Peering over the tops of trenches and mustard gas led to being wounded in the face, and survivors were left severely disfigured. After the war, shops in London and Paris became famous for their masks and prostheses that helped the wounded men hide their disfigurement, which caused them great psychological distress.
Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t.