A few weeks ago you responded to a question posed to you about how the fans were responding to AMC.
You responded by stating that the written mail you were receiving at that time was negative, towards the Zach/ Bianca storyline. .... ' it is negative. Very negative." was your exact quote.This led me to wonder about the extent of the negativity for this storyline and the response to the Erica and Jack storyline. Negative is an absolute word. You qualified it with the adverb 'very'. Since negative is an absloute, and this is not meant as a grammar lesson, but was this a diplomatic way to indicate how badly this storyline has been received?
My next question is do you let the writers and producers of the shows know what the tenor of those letters are? I would be very interested to know how they feel about the fans negative repsonse to this and other storylines because I have never seen such mass destruction of core characters before and find it a crime it was allowed to happen and then not correct it.
I've been out of high school since the year one, but Sister Mary Margaret would have my head if I didn't question grammar and syntax. No offense to your writing. Having worked in medicine and nursing for so long my own writing is in a shambles and I write in latin, even my grocery lists.