Hey – I think the comment you were looking for is here re: Chuck’s indiscretion.
Somewhere you commented on Middleton’s inappropriate dress when visiting a former concentration camp (can’t find the comment). Yes, I agree it was an appalling lapse in manners, sensitivity and respect. She looked as though she was meeting “the girls” for a casual lunch. As with the males present, she should have dressed in a dark suit with matching pumps. I don’t know if she has a dresser, but she’s simply a blasted mess.
Humbert Humbert forces a confrontation with a man, whose name he has just recently learned, in this man's home. The events that led to this standoff began four years earlier. Middle aged Humbert, a European, arrives in the United States where he has secured at job at Beardsley College in Beardsley, Ohio as a Professor of French Literature. Before he begins his post in the fall, he decides to spend the summer in the resort town of Ramsdale, New Hampshire. He is given the name of Charlotte Haze as someone who is renting a room in her home for the summer. He finds that Charlotte, widowed now for seven years, is a woman who puts on airs. Among the demonstration of those airs is throwing around the name of Clare Quilty, a television and stage script writer, who came to speak at her women's club meeting and who she implies is now a friend. Those airs also mask being lonely, especially as she is a sexually aggressive and liberated woman. Humbert considers Charlotte a proverbial "joke" but ... Written by Huggo
I saw this link on that other site and didn’t even bother clicking because I knew it would be some nonsense. But this is far beyond what I imagined. “fight” and hotel stay. “I’m good company somethings.” The third-person usage. The lack of capitalized words at the start of a sentence. Look, it’s a holiday and I don’t plan on dragging anyone, as to save my strength for Fleet Week debauchery. I’m okay with the Brandon persona. But Jeff is too much. This is too much. I’m surprised there’s not a disclaimer at the bottoming stating “Jeff is not a prostitute.”