And well, it's all hitting the fan now....
People... let's get ready for the cat fight of the century at Kyle's B&B. (I better get some popcorn...)
Richard does need to be smacked by Kyle. Lets hope Kyle saves some of that for Price who also deserves a good butt kicking.
I love the new format - it's so much cleaner and easier to navigate.
1. loved it as usual. 2. love the new format 3. love the snow 4. love the close ups 5. love, love, love - what more can I say?
It's going to be a mother fucking smack down!
finally, we get a plot again instead of flashbacks and static characterizations.
I notice that Breyer didn't mention that Richard was drunk when made his pass. It might not excuse it, but it was certainly a mitigating factor. Kyle has every right to be angry at Richard, but I'd hope he'd be able to see that Breyer is LOVING this turn of events, and having a edge of moral superiority over Richard, whom he never really seemed to like. Then again, Breyer doesn't seem to like many people besides Kyle. He's pretty much a dick.
Richard wasn't that drunk, and I had the feeling he would have tried something with Breyer sober, given Kyle was out of town. I hope this isn't the end of the Richard character, even if he does get kicked out of the B&B.
So I'm focusing on the minutia again. What is the word on Kyle's cap? It has ULD at some letters in the middle of it. Have we seen it before?Ross P.
I didn't like the behavior of Breyer in the whole story. Probably I don't like his black-and-white simplistic morality
Breyer is very... controlling, wouldn't you say? And he seems to be isolating Kyle from everyone Kyle currently knows, one by one.I'd be running away from Breyer as fast as possible, 'cuz I think the man (little boy?) is really bad news... .
so interesting to see how people project their own issues into the story
richard - yes it happens when reading good comic strips. Thank you Greg Fox!!!!!
I disagree that Breyer’s view is black and white and that alcohol should be a mitigating factor here.The facts are as this:1. Richard was not as drunk as he pretended. 2. The action was not out of character for Richard.3. Breyer wanted to keep it to himself. Kyle dragged it out of him.4. The facts speak for themselves as Breyer said. We all saw it was intentional and how quickly the so called “Drunk Richard” recovered sobriety when rejected. That is pretty black and white.
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