A three page scene I tried printing turns into 21 pages. Thank you kitty cats. Ur 2 blame.

I’m on a health kick of zero Starbucks coffee because they placed a waffle on my iced coffee the other day. So yesterday was falling asleep at work. During the last ten minutes, doodle a memory byte of one of them “Russian sleep experiment” patients on my desk calendar. Ironically enough, when I get home from work, you find me eating dinner I’m front off the TV and falling asleep until 2AM.

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1922 (a made for TV movie) review I wrote on IMDb

Having learned that there would be a murder in the movie from the movie description, I found myself making things up. I couldn't get around how a father manages to coax his son to assist in the crime. That is until the scene where Wilfred has a change of heart toward Arlette's request for divorce. It seemed the threaten to gain custody of Henry, the son, was the final deciding factor for Wilfred.

After some contemplation, the father schemes with his son, and as a result Wilfred dumbfounds his wife with a shocking revelation that he apologized for his ways. Arlette is so happy to hear that Wilfred would do anything to avoid divorce, she decided to celebrate and this is the point where Wilfred and Henry get her drunk.

It's during a drunken dancing scene that the idea of incest comes to mind. For one thing, it's the only believable way a straight-laced teenager could ever agree to the crime. The footage of Henry and Arlette dancing is cropped at the waist, so if Arlette had hoisted up her skirt at the point when Henry meets her on the dance floor, I found myself thinking it was totally feasible that Henry already had gotten his boner out of his pants, because what follows in the drunken dance steps Arlette makes, and the inexperience of Henry’s dance moves is totally something I would love to see how was depicted in the script.
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Fink press

Laura Italiano wrote an article about Kamala Harris that made it impossible to continue writing, so she quit. She also authored coverage on the plastic surgeon who killed his wife Gail Katz Bierenbaum. The story goes something like this: Robert Bierenbaum killed his wife in 1985 and fifteen years later he went to court, eventually being found guilty 30 years later.

It's kind of unusual that a defendant would receive a life sentence eventhough no body or murder weapon was found. It wasn't until after he was found guilty that he admitted to killing her.

As far as I know from the few articles I've read on the subject, Robert Bierenbaum tried to appeal his conviction. I think something must've happened to prompt his confession. For instance, he must've done something much worse than murdering his spouse.

While the saying goes it's a thin line between genius and insanity, Bierenbaum was thought to be the former (the perfect catch for Gail). Here's what I truly have a hard time believing... Born in 1955, he was about thirty when his wife vanished. They had dated for about a year before they got married in 1982. That means he was 26 years old when he met Gail. This scenario plays in my head over and over again. If he graduated high school at age 18 like most people, then the eight years of medical school places him as a graduate at 26; so when did he have time to learn to fly airplanes?

My theory is he was involved in much darker activities, like black market organ harvesting and performing plastic surgery on underaged girls. Surely being found guilty of such sinister practices would get him a stiffer sentence!

To begin explaining my ludicrous scenario of events, I must include the movie Dirty Dancing in which Jake Houseman, Jerry Orbach's role in the film, has a confrontation with Robbie Gould, a medical student. Jerry Orbach has also held roles in Law & Order which has aired episodes that depicting the turn of events involving Robert Bierenbaum. Also, episodes Jerry Orbach has been affiliated with as an actor on Law & Order are episodes portraying the Carnegie Deli massacre which involved one of the extra actresses playing a dirty-dancer in Dirty Dancing.

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can I find dark web info linking Robbie Gould involved in black market cosmetic surgery?…

Bierenbaum v. Graham

Remember Dirty Dancing?

Robbie Gould’s character is the embodiment of Robert Bierenbaum.

In the movie, do you remember Baby’s line “I carried a watermelon”? if you look carefully, you’ll see she had to do that line several times. I think the movie contains three clips, back to back, of her saying that from different angles.

My brain can’t detract from the idea that Baby got breast augmentation surgery (not in the film) as part of her compensation for her acting roll in Dirty Dancing. One of the insurance policies she possibly needed to take out was the vague reference to new boobs as watermelons in part of her dialog during the course of filming for Dirty Dancing.

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