I feel their pain As I mentioned in a post in another thread, the east coast blizzard that hit earlier this week resulted in a three day extension to my in-laws' visit with us. Luckily, they departed at 7:00 am yesterday, not a moment too soon for them or us. My mother-in-law, 79, has Alzheimer's and my wife doesn't get to see her as often as she'd like, but by Monday, even she was ready to gouge her eyes out with knitting needles. As I was having my first cup of coffee this morning and scanning the front page of the paper (yeah, the real thing--I don't have an iPad like NetData to bring to the shitter with me!), the article above caught my eye and had me laughing aloud. I suppose being stranded in my in-laws' house would be worse than having them stranded in mine, but I really don't plan on testing that theory. Focus: Have you ever been trapped by circumstances with people (not necessarily family) that have brought you to the brink of insanity? Did "American Psycho" start to have a whole new appeal?