We don't live in North Dakota, which I guess is pretty much the northern end of Tornado Alley, the section of the United States where those big twisters bedevil the land and its residents. But if I did live in North Dakota, I know these two things to be true: A) I would still be an Alabama fan, and 2) I would pay attention when the news came on and told me of an impending twistolola that was about to take me and the whole farm and send us twisting after Miss Gulch. I would be glad to get such warnings.
But, last Sunday, as ABC unrolled the thrilling finale to this year's
And people reacted to this by 1) thanking the station for saving the lives of many who might have been affected or 2) calling and caterwauling that they were missing vital moments of the show, and how could they get through the rest of their lives without knowing that the Mayor was eating children alive, or whatever it was that she did.
|Nancy Naeve in regulation|
|Sheriff Lobo (right)|