I wonder how different the world would be, if every now and then, the interviewee in a radio/TV interview came back with "What would you do?" If media training taught a combative approach rather than the bland delivery of a non-denial denial and a non-confirmation confirmation. Maybe I should retune to a music station, but the timechecks are useful. [Maybe they have those on music stations. Duh.] We were all stuck or faltering at the Thursday Group last night (I know; postponed from last week). Maybe this is one of those cyclical moments come round again: recommit; change direction; check out. And rest. We're all here until next time it comes around.
But - in my case - they were right in unexpected ways. Took along a piece of writing expecting one conversation, got quite another. And a set of faults neatly pinpointed. There seemed to be pretty much general agreement when Kath said that she liked [the character] Louie, although Louie came in unexpectedly and so far consists of litle more than a few sentences. Even stories aren't under control, really, are they?