It is such a hassle to have to wake up in the middle of the night and answer your phone. What makes it more annoying is when no one answers at the other end of the line. To aggravate the situation, calls may come in the form of threats or harassment to you.
Set in 1938, Fred MacMurray plays experienced insurance salesman Walter Neff. Neff meets the wife of one of his clients and shortly begins having an affair with her. During the course of their affair, the couple strikes upon the notion of using the husband’s insurance policy to murder him and fake his death as an accident. Even though the authorities are willing to accept the death as an accident, Neff’s boss continues to investigate and the plan slowly unravels, leading to tragic results.
Ignore the caller. When you recognize the number as the prank caller, you should not answer your phone. Let him or her keep calling. Also, you can turn your phone off for a few minutes until that person gets tired of dialing your number.
Bob & Ray Present the CBS Radio Network: Lawrence Fechtenburger, Yet Again (Yet again, we’re thinking it over, 1959)-The less-than-intrepid interstellar officer candidate (Ray Goulding) fears he won’t be released until he proves he saw little people on Polaris. Also: Playing a new board game called “Disclosure”; and, Clyde L. Halfwatney (Goulding), a network coordinator for northeastern inter-bureau activities. Writers, coordination be damned: Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding.
Five-Six years ago, you didn’t have many options. The only option was to go to a st Louis private investigator that would have charged as much as $200 per number. They also took days or even weeks to get back to you. But this is not your best bet today, in 2009.
Go through his/her mails if you can and check out his/her messages on the phone. He/she may just forget to delete something that will give you a clue on his/her fidelity.
Another good idea is to get the support of a mental health care professional or support group. This does not mean that you are crazy. But you will need someone that can listen to you. They will also be able to prescribe meds if you need them. Taking meds is not necessarily a bad thing. If you are so emotionally broken, you may need this to stay healthy. In my case, I was not able to eat – lost 40 pounds in one month. Granted, this was not a bad thing, but the speed at which it happened affected other things. I also was having panic attacks when in public. I did not sleep well, and when my ex, who traveled for his job, came home, it was even worse. I was a stay at home mom, and needed to take care of the kids. The meds made a big difference.
A guest speaker will be precede each screening. This will be a discussion of not only the films themselves but also how they relate to the Musuem and its collections. Hands on events will be part of the show, with “fun art” or interactive acitivites for all ages to explore further the “intrigueing connections”.