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Two older women sat down behind them. When the movie started, one of them began a loud, running commentary to the other. After a few minutes, my son and his girlfriend moved to seats farther down, but they could still hear the woman explaining what was happening on the screen. Other people changed seats, too. My son understood how a blind person might want to enjoy hearing a movie, but her companion should have told her this was a public place and she would have to wait until they go home to have it explained in full, or wait for the DVD to come out so they could talk at home while itwas on. Your son should have taken the problem to the theater usher or manager.
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She has an occasional habit that makes me wonder whether we got married too young. She's 23, I'm 27 and we're both in graduate school. She likes to go out with a group of her friends from high school or with her sister and her sister's friends, get drunk and stay the night. It doesn't happen all the time - several times a year - and I'm not worried about her cheating on me. I try not to be the controlling husband and say she 'can't' go out. But it bothers me that she wants to spend the night with her single friends and get drunk. If I try to talk to her about it, she gets angry and says she doesn't get to see her friends very often.