The motion pictures have given us some odd mothers.
- One of the oddest is Norma Bates, the mother of Norman in the motion picture Psycho directed by the awesome Alfred Hitchcock.
The ploy revolves around Norman plus “Mother” residing in a small fictional town in CA where they run a small Inn called the Bates Motel. The problem is that “Mother”, plus her lover were poisoned by Norman a few years ago. Unable to deal with the loss, Norman mummifies her body plus keeps it upstairs where she often converses with her, but she also assumes her identity, dresses in her clothes, plus murders young ladies staying at their motel. Another “bad-momma” motion picture is “Mommy Dearest” about actress Joan Crawford (1908(?) – 1977). The motion picture gives a unquestionably unflattering view of Ms, then crawford’s alleged bad parenting skills. In the famous “no wire hanger” scene, she severely beats her young child over her option of clothes hangers. Thankfully most real-life mothers are caring plus passionate parents who do everything they can to raise thrilled children in a comfortable home. To maintain this pleasant environment, good mothers will want to devote some tender passionate care to the home’s HVAC system, but neglecting to change filters on a proper schedule is to an HVAC equipment savor a small child getting beat with a wire hanger. Ignoring proper cleaning plus maintenance service performed by a qualified HVAC serviceman is the human equivalent to being mummified in a fruit cellar! Eventually, the HVAC equipment will split down plus rest idly unable to supply the comfort it was designed to do. Norman Bates could at least wear one of her “Mother’s” jackets to stay moderate in Winter time however having no a/c on a hot Summer day in CA is enough to drive anyone crazy.