It’s utterly bizarre, but as I’ve come to learn, often truth is far scarier than fiction.
I was cautiously guarded, like a shelter dog who’s been adopted and returned one too many times. I can no longer give you my heart, Capcom. You have stomped on it again and again.
Determined, compulsive, and driven to succeed: that’s a Scorpio for you.
As we sit in summer of 2016, we know next to nothing. Here are currently the only confirmed facts I have been able to gather about the upcoming season of “American Horror Story.”
This personal dissonance seems vague at first. If a comedian is onstage in front of you for two reasons, and one is to make you laugh, then what’s the other?
“I have mixed feelings about her, too. She shows me to two sides… since connecting with her, she has a feeling that has remorse, and I feel a side that takes responsibility… and then a feeling that I feel has a relief.”
“And I’m also hearing that, what you have to understand is that, what seems like them throwing people under the bus? Was… um… it was a way to, uh, so, that they got — because all these people were, privy to the information, it was also a way to balance and check.”
“She’s telling me that she didn’t do anything wrong. I think she’s saying that to, to help us understand that — she understands. That none of it was her fault.”
“She wants you to lighten up to. She just said it. You need to lighten up too. She’s telling me you gotta come down to her level… we gotta get… childlike.”
Now, bear with me. This is just a theory. But I’m going to walk you through it, and you better believe that the next time you watch “The Witch” your mind is going to be blown.