" Stories of the countryside seem so unfamiliar to me because the problems a rancher faces is different from one faced by a city person. For example, the story of Brokeback Mountain presents an issue that is currently debated in society: heterosexuals. In an urban society, this issue is better accepted compare to the more conservative part of America. In Fine Just the Way It Is, the problems faced by the different generations of Americans reveal how the American society is changing over time. Perhaps, it is where each generation was brought up that sets the different point of view on their problems. "
— Amy, 2/10/2014