I recently came across this case that I had never heard of and realized the case is almost never talked about. I couldn't find a single mention of this case on this sub at all and there are very few articles written about it.
Susan Adams, 42 and her husband Tom both enjoyed the outdoors and venturing around on trips. They had spent months research and planning a trip near the Idaho/Montana border, where they had paid and arraigned for a tour company to help them explore the wilderness there. They met with tour guides who took them to the base camp. Because Susan wasn't as adventurous, the plan was for her husband and a tour guide to take an overnight hunting trip further into the wilderness, while Susan would remain at base camp.
On September 30th, 1990, Susan reportedly told the chef at base camp that she was going to do a short hike to a nearby meadow so she could bird watch. Her husband Tom arrived back from his hunting trip later that day and learned Susan had taken a short hik... keep reading on reddit ➡
When Susan Collins threatened our right to choose by voting for Kavanaugh and then 30 other anti-choice judges, I knew we needed new representation in Washington. Out-of-touch politicians and Washington elites are looking out for their own interests, not ours. It's time for new leadership in D.C.
That’s why I’m running for U.S. Senate in Maine. As a life-long activist, political organizer, small business owner and mother, I know we can do better when it comes to electing leaders who will represent Mainers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put into sharp focus the glaring systemic injustices of our political and governmental systems, and we need a strong leader who will fight for Medicare for All, livable wages, paid family and sick leave and who will work to strengthen unions.
We are at a tipping point in this country. We either stand up, and vote for the values that will actually help us in our lives or we continue to compromise and follow middle-of-the-road politicians and their special... keep reading on reddit ➡
This might just be well known or old news but I was rewatching the episode today and I was just thinking how it would be a funny coincidence if “nondescript” Susan whom Henry was not that into, was his irl wife (since sometimes tv shows do this with real couples, and I always think it’s really cute/funny when they do), so I just looked at his bio for fun thinking there was a 0.1% chance of it actually being true and omg she- Amanda Pays- really is his wife! This makes the Henry-Susan interactions even better!! They always crack me up
For the past few months she's been rubbing me the wrong way. I was a really big fan for over a year or so. It's like a cumulative pile of no-no's.
- The comment about her knowing more than a dermatologist REALLY put me off.
- Her opinion that health care is privileged (really now?)
- I'm a member of her FB-group and it's a cult following to be honest. Not that she can do something about it, but it's kind of off-putting now. The whole 'queen of skincare' stuff was funny in the beginning, but she really likes to play along with it and feed it, that she's the 'all-knowing-one' in skincare. Pro-tip: you're not.
- The post about discussing a brand that was not supportive to Black Live Matters and deleting it, while claiming something 'weird was going on with Facebook'. Not a good look. I don't believe there was something 'wrong' with the post.
- She comes off as snobbish and vain. I can't put my finger on it why, but she does, same goes for Hyram. He's like ten times worse. Exa... keep reading on reddit ➡
Dunno really what my point is. I’m just shocked. I know that a handful of local/state leaders are Q supporters, but she was the first one that I came across organically, and obviously it hits close to home. She’s been in office for a while. I wonder when she became radicalized. When can we vote her out?
I listen to a lot of true crime. I watch a lot of true crime documentaries / docuseries. A lot of it is very disturbing. No case has bothered me more than Susan Powell’s case. There’s something about this case that feels so personal to me. I’ve listened to Cold. I’ve watched Stephanie Harlowe’s 3 part series. I hate to say that I’m ‘obsessed’ with this case, but there’s something back it that absolutely bothers the crap out of me. I don’t typically hate people, but man. I absolutely DETEST Josh and Steve Powell.
Does anybody have any cases they feel similarly about? I love diving down rabbit holes.
Self-identified transvestites and crossdressers are making threads telling trans women how to use duct tape and make a DIY gaff. A trans man called Ashton is telling another trans man called Max to size down when buying an underworks binder. A drag king shows up and posts a tutorial on how to bind with duct tape. No one knows what "nonbinary" is but someone called Alex keeps posting pictures of their androgynous genderbending cosplays.
You are desperately trying to figure out how to stop puberty and medical professionals that have never worked with trans people refuse to listen to you or take you seriously. So you decide to make a Susan's account and get some info so you can share it with your doctors.
You get banned for encouraging people to disclose confidential HRT prescription info. The mods lock the thread for spreading dangerous information. Everyone that responded gets banned for "posting information that will encourage people to DIY". The mods believe that every doctor kn... keep reading on reddit ➡
I was lucky enough to have had a personal reading with Susan Miller in the past. I wrote her a message last month when my partner passed away unexpectedly. I'm on the younger side, and we were looking forward to a life together, so I was devastated. I didn't expect a reply, but Susan actually followed up with me to give me a call and share some advice and a timeline for recovery from grief.
Honestly, she's a great astrologer and human being who cares so much about her fans. People should really give her credit for the amazing work she does in the interest of helping others. :)
Susan is easily my favourite character on the show. I’ve watched it twice now and I only like her more and more. She’s funny and witty and is supposed to be a bit of an idiot sometimes. Please explain why you all hate Susan so much 😂