I’ve hit upon a new strategy, it is called the list, jingle, and limerick strategy. Rather than having to put my thoughts into complete sentence format, I will now be griping via the more user-friendly list-format.
The advantages to this new plan are numerous - - firstly, it requires less effort on my part to write. This is brilliant, because it’s all I can do to form coherent sentences regarding General Hospital these days without extreme use of profanity. I’m not just talking my usual "flip"-this and "frack"-that either, no, I mean the real "F" word, I mean business, I mean "fudge". Secondly, the list format is reader-friendly in addition to being writer-friendly, it will allow for quick reading. Lastly, the most important advantage, is the lack of repetition. After all, there are only so many ways to say "incompetent nincompoop" before one starts to sound unoriginal - - this will circumvent that problem when I am discussing Guza.
Soon, I promise to stop harping on how much this storyline defies credulity. . . . but not today.
Jimminy Chistmas! You'd think if Johnny could count on his sister for anything it would be skill in nefarious activity. What kind of mob princess is she - - - she can't even cover up a self-defense death competently? She didn't just do a lousy job either, Claudia covered up Logan's death so poorly, that the PCPD was on their trail in a matter of minutes. The PCPD for crying out loud!?! Michael eluded the cops for longer when he shot Kate, for heaven's sake! Talk about embarrasing, the Ziblings were bested in Mob101 by the tween-age-terror.
I shall say no more, except to leave you with a list of catastrophic incidents that were more effectively thought-out beforehand than Claudia's cover-up of Logan's death.
Top Ten Events that Were Better Planned (and Executed) than the Cover-up of Logan's Death
10.) Kevin Costner’s Waterworld
9.) The Text Message Killer denouement
8.) Brittany Spears and K. Fed’s marriage
7.) Judith Chapman’s Emmy outfit this year
6.) The Ford Edsel
5.) "New" formula Coca-Cola
4.) Janet Jackson’s "wardrobe malfunction" at The Super Bowl
3.) Transportation by dirigible
2.) The Titanic’s evacuation strategy
1.) The Battle of the Little Big Horn