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  1. I don't mind future a future where Dylan forgives Liam, but it must be hard earned, and most definitely not lead to a relationship.
  2. I imagine Mari's opinions have a lot to do with whatever happened to Colin. Could also be that Colin felt pressured into being a hero due to who his parents are, that he wanted something else in life and when he was killed, she could only see what his life would have been if Mommy and Daddy Superduo hadn't pushed him into the life.
  3. I think people are missing something important here. Stephanie. I have a feeling there is baby drama on the horizon.
  4. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 21

    People feeling that there are a lot of loose ends, keep in mind that the Sanitaria Springs stories don't always wrap everything up, as they continue checking in on characters at later times. So even if every question isn't answered, it likely will at some point in the future.
  5. Something tells me what happened to Collin had to do with preparedness, or the lack of it, and daddy doesn't want to admit that failure is what caused it.
  6. Not just that, but why so "rabid" over a new school? Is it really that unusual for new schools to pop up? We seem to get new private academies ever few years with little if any fanfare. Is there something particularly salacious about this one opening? I'm genuinely wondering, as I feel I am missing something.
  7. Gonna agree with other; the protagonist does not seem to be that good of a parent either. He claims he doesn't have the time to be a parent, what with his busy job, but has time to remodel a warehouse with his buddies. His son is missing, but does nothing but tell police and tell school before turning his phone off and working on his side project. One would think he'd go to the effort of at least canvasing areas with his son's photo to find leads. Iono, both parent's seem bad in different ways.
  8. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 23

    I would think if anyone was messing with will stuff, it'd have to be family. Tyler's mom would have nothing to do with a will, as they were divorced and Tyler is an adult. Now his aunt or dad's other s/o that abandoned him, on the other hand. I could see the them throwing a wrench into the works.
  9. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 22

    I really don't understand the frustration or anger being directed at Tyler. Has no one ever seen an abusive relationship before? Has no one actually seen how real world abusers operate? Tyler's entire life has been a set up for low self esteem. Abandoned as a child by one parent, growing up in poverty, being gay in a fairly conservative area; isolation is his base starting point. Tyler is still new to socializing, he didn't really have friends growing up, he's always learned to keep people at a distance, and his experience with dating is exceedingly limited. Recall that he was only just starti
  10. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 22

    This is pure victim blaming. It is attitudes like this which further isolate victims in abusive relationships, as it just heaps further shame and self doubt upon the victim.
  11. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 21

    That's not really a fair statement. He's clearly in an abusive relationship. Beyond the fact that his upbringing did a number on his confidence and social skills, Alex has manipulated him, using his insecurities and inexperience to control him. To assume that everyone should be able to extricate themselves at the slightest provocation assumes everyone has the exact same coping skills, which simply is not realistic.
  12. Hermetically Sealed

    Birthday

    Something tells me an outsider informed mom specifically to stir the pot.
  13. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 18

    I don't think Richard's personality is so flip flopping, as Richie's perceptions. Remember, nearly the entire story is purely Richie's opinion of what is going on. He is the one who prescribed motives, and interpreted events. As he's learned more about past events, his views (and the telling of the story) have shifted along side them.
  14. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 12

    Well, technically Freddie and Harley are nothing to Andrew. They're just baggage that came with the new bitch that sperm donor has been playing house with. Umm, technically they are his step brothers. You are basically demanding that Andrew and Richie punish them for something their parents did. Like it or not, they are step brothers now. The two younger boys don't get the nuances of the situation, and punishing them for something they had no say in is wrong. This vitriol towards both Harley and Freddie is fairly unwarranted.
  15. Hermetically Sealed

    Chapter 11

    I think people need to keep some perspective on what Richie is dealing with. To start off, lets remember he is 15 and was about 12-13 years old when his father walked out. His first time meeting his "step family" was by accident when he saw his father with (what Richie most likely felt) was his family's replacement. At that same age, he was having to take care of his younger two siblings and his dying mother. That is a tremendous amount to place on anyone, much less someone barely a teen. Two years of carrying that burden nearly alone, and his father suddenly decides he's going to be in their
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