Well, now that her fake ass Jewish identity has bit the dust, I think it is time to kill off another one.Godspeed pretendjew
Hasn't been commented on much, but her choice of apartment location (like anybody else made the final call) permanently ends her identity as a "person who has social anxiety panic attacks in crowds".
There is no way that the location of Harry Potter's Wizarding World across the highway from her place is just a "ha ha happy coincidence". I guarantee you that was a HUGE factor in the decision. And, hey, it is much better for the cucks as they won't have to drag her ass out to DisneyLand every week.
I have always felt that her "social anxiety in crowds vs. constant need to go to Disney" was utter bullshit. I don't have any social anxiety or panic attacks in huge crowds... and yet I don't generally like them and tend to avoid big, crowded events with bad traffic, long food and bathroom lines, etc. I'll take a good band in a smaller venue over a stadium show any day. I am up for an amusement park every once in a while, but find myself pretty damn drained after 10 hours at a place like Disney. I don't think that I am terribly unusual in that feeling.
HOWEVER, for someone who has supposedly diagnosed social anxiety in crowded situations, how can she STAND Disneyland at all? I mean, it's just acres and acres of mobs of people, bumping into each other, little kids wired up on sugar, etc. Yes, it is likely more tolerable for someone like her who GAMED her way into a fucking line-cut pass for the disabled (galling on every level) as she doesn't have to wait in the ride lines as long, but still, there are food lines, bathroom lines, crowds on the parking lot shuttles, traffic in and out, and all through the LA area just to get there. Disneyland can be a trying experience for anyone above the age of 10... but for someone with "diagnosed" social anxiety issues? I would think it would be a Lovecraftian nightmare! And yet we always see Bex at her happiest and most smiling at Disney...
I can see some of the logic behind their move: looks like a decent complex, only about five miles from Bex office (through hell traffic, nonetheless), not far from Disney corporate offices in Burbank where I assume Jackson works, and well-positioned between the Valley and Basin for Daniel's job hunt. Also, the previously mentioned advantage of a short walk to Universal theme park instead of a 2 hour (at least) round trip to Disneyland with a shreiking Bex.
- A freeway is a terrible place to be pregnant and raise a small child! And that is one of the busiest bottlenecks in the area right outside their place. Just awful.
- Noisy and busy as fuck! Again... "social anxiety". If anybody could ever use some rural peace and quiet, it's Bex. But she just bounces from places like NYC to LA with no thought about the impact of places like that on her psyche.
- While "takes a village to raise a child" may sound like a cliche these days... it sure helps to have some other moms around? Does Bex have ANY IRL female friends? The only one I remember is a womanish looking person who met with her and the Cucks at a hotel during a recent Disney trip? And that was in doubt as well? Women really benefit from a circle of fellow moms with young kids. Bex has NO circle other than pervy cucks. And that apartment building will likely be like so much of LA: alienating, unfriendly, with little social connection between anybody living in it. And as Bex is firmly committed to living in her weird digital cubbyhole, she will see nothing wrong with it. And if there WERE other young moms in the building wanting to connect with her IRL... she would find some awful reason to reject them.
-Being right next to Universal Studios and Citywalk is NOT where somebody with "crippling social anxiety around crowds" moves! Citywalk is packed with people most of the time... and Universal Studios is a world-famous theme park. Most of the area is very "pre-fab" and sterile... perfect for Basic Becca and her tastes, I guess.