When you scuba dive, if you plunge deep into the abyss—say, deeper than 66 feet, or two "atmospheres"—you can't rise to the surface too quickly or you risk a serious medical problem with a silly name, the bends.
Soon enough, Doug was called back to his duties, and I had to start feeding the table quarters. Joe's misgivings aside, his girlfriend Danielle, ever the yenta, was eager to facilitate. We talked about some of her past relationships, though the president's name did not come up.
I was playing with a puppy in the airport office when I saw the headline; the Caymanian reading the paper quickly offered it to me, as I clearly had more interest in it than he.
The world was beside itself about the latest presidential scandal, this one involving an affair with a then-21-year-old intern—the juiciest story to break in my adult life, a salacious tale of alleged infidelity between the most powerful man in the Milky Way and a girl named Monica. A girl I'd gone out on a date with a few weeks before.
While Kelsey chooses to play good cop, Zane — who “They have a respect for each other, but they also have the same drive to get ahead,” Hilary Duff told TVLine of Kelsey and Zane’s “torturous” relationship in Season 5.
You tend not to spend too much time contemplating Tim Russert's innermost thoughts when you're 100 feet under water, breathing through a narrow tube, soaring past the ocean wall in slow motion, staring at 200-year-old sea tortoises, parrot fish, and coral that have no concern for love or career.