People need to remember that they are not the only people in a space. It may be that they are on a beach, but there are also other people on that beach and there are houses nearby. So someone might be trying to sleep, someone might have a headache, etc. I'm not saying that people should not let kids be kids and play, but, there are reasonable limits and what you are doing shouldn't encroach on what other people around you are doing. No one else should be forced to have to endure what you are doing just because they want to enjoy the beach too.
Exactly. Lu had no issues at all calling up anyone she thought had enough money to give it to her to buy a house, and when the people around her recognized that she was clearly in a bad place, they stepped in and helped. That's what friends do. Hell, it's what decent humans do.
She wants Lu to not be an utter twat. If Lu didn't apologize, I honestly don't think Beth would give that much of a shit. I mean, I'm sure it would register (because, really, it SHOULD), but, she'd likely just shrug it off and say, whatever, it's Luann. Nothing new there. But when you consider the fact that every time they get together Bethenny has learned that Luann has either been talking shit behind her back (why does Bethenny get to pick the room and not ME? Screw Bethenny!), or to her face (What? You're just going home to watch your kid sleep?), and then is acting like she's above everyone else and people are simply jealous of her success, it gets old. Then to turn on Barbara and openly mock Tinsley? This is a bitch who was so drunk she walked off of the sidewalk and fell into bushes, yet she thinks she can mock someone for slurring some words? Nah, that's enough. All Lu does is take. And even now in post season interviews, Lu isn't acknowledging that she has any role in things. "None of that was about me, they clearly had issues within themselves they needed to deal with"
Here's the thing, I live in an apartment and my apartment happens to be near an area where the kids in the complex congregate. For a while, this wasn't a problem at all, kids would play, have football games, run, jump, laugh, etc. Nothing was an issue. Could I hear them? Yep. They yell when they play football, but it's just a general level of background noise that you recognize but block out, in the same way you might hear a dryer running, you know? They weren't quiet, but they weren't really obtrusive.
Now sometime in the last year one or more new families moved in and things changed. They have kids who come and play in that area, but they SCREAM. I'm talking it sounds like someone is holding them down and trying to saw a limb off. They are out there for a few hours, 3-5 days per week. Every week. Sometimes they run up and down the halls of the buildings, with that screaming, echoing. It's insane. Someone needs to tell them to shut that shit down, it's WAY beyond "kids playing" and into "my perfect snowflake can do no wrong" territory. There are adults with them every time, so apparently they think it's totally fine and normal. But, it's not. And yes, if this is what Sunny's kid was doing, then I can see someone needing to yell at them to be quiet.