I can't imagine having much in common with anyone that much older or younger than myself,
Ah, one of many problems with humankind--idiots taking advice from other idiots simply because that advice is what they want to hear; who cares how wrong it is (or might be)? "See? My friend Lenny's second cousin Jerry is in rehab for substance abuse, and Jerry said that he heard from somebody on the street that..."...As it turns out, her doctor did advise her to get vaccinated. But social media influencers and celebrities are right there on her phone, and they are saying other things...
Michael Caine of course.
Have you ever seen Caine & Connery together? They gave a superb performance in Rudyard Kipling's: "The Man Who Would be King."Speaking of Harry Palmer, a recent article in the New Criterion on Le Carre prompted some slight jog to
memory fog. I always thought Bond was less credible than Palmer since Caine brought a certain world weariness
to spycraft Connery probably also had but which the former possessed in spades. With autumnal dislodge
of Chicago's Indian Summer I should stock up a few Harry Palmer paperbacks for winter.
Caught a snippet. Always on mind to see, believed John Huston directed if recall rightly.
Most of all I wanted an aunt like Aunt Bea....or even a mom like her. My buddy identified most with Eddie Haskell whilst I leaned more towards Lumpy.^^^^^
And ever since Jim Nabors shuffled off, we’re down to Opie — Ron (not Ronnie) Howard.
It was an exceptionally well written, well conceived, well performed show.