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  • Charles Moore May 22, 2020 at 7:24 pm on Investigation Update (101.22)"This isn’t close to over." The investigation is over. Stick a fork in it. No government agency officially cares what happened to Flight 828 anymore. Vance was in charge of the investigation. But not anymore. His deputy, Powell, is out of the picture. The Major didn't care what happened to the plane. She was more interested in chasing enigmas, the Holy Grail, Cal Stone and Saanvi Bahl. She's now no longer capable of doing anything. Who's left to investigate why and how Flight 828 disappeared? Ben Stone? He has other things on his plate, e.g., fulfilling his Callings and solving...
  • Charles Moore May 22, 2020 at 1:51 pm on Paranoia Sets In (103.13)"At the house, Ben is paranoid that the government has planted bugs." and "Ben finds a sealed condom packet under his bed." I'm curious. What bothered Ben more? Later finding out he missed the bugs planted in his home by the Major and her henchmen? Or eventually discovering under his martial bed, where he finds the sealed condom packet, is the very same bed where his wife Grace and the man who replaced him likely conceived in the throes of passion their "love" child? The "love" child in which Grace would have a miscarriage.
  • Charles Moore May 20, 2020 at 9:36 pm on “X” Marks the Spot (113.8)Who are the real, i.e., the true "X'ers?" Are they the Season 1 "X'ers," led by the on-line guru and blue-collar worker, Cory Webber? Or are they the Season 2 "hangers at the bar misfits," led by the upstanding college professor, Simon White? Apparently "X" marks the spot. But marking the spot reveals absolutely nothing about the "X'ers" ... who they are, their goals, or their endgame.
  • Charles Moore Apr 19, 2020 at 11:41 am on Which couple’s relationship do you want to Manifest into a true romance?Thanks, Carol. You've stated exactly what was needed to be said. "The writers are letting the audience down by not addressing the unhealthy rescuer relationship Michaela has of always wanting to fix Zeke’s problems for him, both with his mother and his addiction." Upon returning from the mountains near Tannersville, Michaela immediately moved the homeless Zeke into her apartment; where she was shot with an illegal handgun he had illegally obtained. She tells Zeke to run and she spends two months in the hospital. She later hooks up with Zeke again. He turns himself in, pleads guilty, and goes to...