Meghan McCain made an emotional return to The View on Monday, October 8, less than two months after her father, John McCain, died — and was brought to tears by the applause of the audience. 285 more words
“I have missed all of you so much,” the 33-year-old political commentator began. “Thank you so much … First I just want to thank ABC and The View for giving me this time.”
McCain continued: “And I really want to thank all of America for being so kind to my family. From the second that my father passed — and immediately after he passed, the media knew — and I had to get in a car and motorcade behind his hearse driving from Cornville to Phoenix. And from the very moment I left, there were people in the country, all races, all ages, creeds, out there with American flags, waving, saluting and praying. Everyone. He would have loved it.”
Marvels Black Panther held a premier in Hollywood last night. For a bunch of invitees, it was the public’s first look at the movie. I scoured Twitter for some reviews this morning. Unlike most people, I didn’t search for the positive reviews. Those were easy to find, they were everywhere. Instead, I decided to search for some negative reviews to see if the reviews held any merit or were just based in hatred for the basic concept and hype of the highly anticipated movie.
Honestly, I found no legitimate bad reviews as I searched Twitter. Of course people had bad things to say about the movie and the many positive reviews by movie goers who had actually seen the movie, but none of those things were based on the movie itself, because the people who had negative things to say about the movie, had not said they had actually seen the movie.