Hey again, all. I had to catch up with all that has been posted since I was here last. It was a lot, so I can't cover it all.
1) I still have hundreds of LPs. I now have a turntable that will convert them to digital. I've not yet connected it to a worthwhile computer, but intend to. I have some really odd and rare items, too - like a whole mess of Shakespeare plays from the BBC with Michael and Vanessa Redgrave in various roles, and a series of interviews from Armed Forces Radio from the 1970s. (I also have the War of the Worlds, but it's on CD.)
2) I've been following the latest reports on the Petito-Laundrie situation. I think he is a sociopath. I think she had a personality disorder, but mostly I think he killed her (and maybe two other women - Kylen Schulte, and her wife, Crystal Turner, who were shot to death in the La Sal Mountains on on Aug. 12, outside of Moab/Arches - but that is pure speculation, because I don't know if he was armed) because he was losing control over her.
3) And I don't think he committed suicide. He doesn't seem to have that personality. I believe his parents have assisted in throwing law enforcement off his trail. (Neighbors Saw Brian Laundrie, Family Leave House with Camper After Gabby Petito Vanisheds
) Note: he has been indicted for using her debit card after she was dead. That indicates he is not feeling remorse in the normal way, but looking to get away.
4) I am using this frustrated energy to change my personal focus onto the other missing persons, but it is hard to take all of that in. There is just too much suffering to bear, frankly.