To Quentin's credit, though, he never actually wrote them down, so perhaps he's not really all that bad on the balance.
As Mae West might have said, "Are you glad to see me, or is that a tongue in your cheek?"
In fact, the concept of this story reminds me a great deal of reading the slush pile.
My precious wife is an uncommonly good intuitor of people's hearts, and it occurs to me that this story can cut both ways. Those with the gift of insight are already tuned into the Headlife channel. This would make for an interesting and more realistic horror concept, IMO. My wife is not always right, as if her receiver has an imperfect antenna. But imagine someone who could actually tune in clearly to the thoughts of others. How long could you stay sane?
Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt in What Women Want
- Geez, they took the great horror concept and blow it on a romantic comedy!!! Well, I suppose those are the horrors of the times we live in.
Never judge anyone until you have biopsied their brain.
"Be kind, for everyone is fighting a hard battle."
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