Just in case you were wondering, I looked up the article they’re referencing and here’s the full context of the quote, which makes it clear that this really is something that needs to end:
“In states with stand-your-ground laws, the shooting of a black person by a white person is found justifiable 17 percent of the time, while the shooting of a white person by a black person is deemed justifiable just over 1 percent of the time, according to the study. In states without stand-your-ground laws, white-on-black shootings are found justified just over 9 percent of the time.”
Seriously, I see Belle going complete warrior mode and taking her on and down with class, badassery and charm and totally will be like:
Yes, I truly love these two scenes but I just can’t stop thinking what happened between. You know when Bass carried Charlie, when he held her in his arms and then waiting when she’ll wake up, what he was thinking then, what he felt. So here come the request to chickadeelite can you write it for us ‘coz you are this one who can do it right without giving as a shit and making Bass and Charlie someone who they are not.
I love how every time someone mentions Charlie, the camera “subtly” moves to Monroe’s face.