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the friends you used to know.....

from the book Lou Scheimer: Creating The Filmation Generation

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yeah!
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many happy returns to gene kelly.... he had rhythm, and he had music.... and we couldn't ask for anything more.....
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The most dangerous people are always clever, compelling, and charismatic.

--Malcolm McDowell
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Stanley Kubrick's film " A Clockwork Orange" depicted a future of senseless violence. Decades later, our present is a vicious, daily barrage of brutality. I never thought " A Clockwork Orange" would come true. The fictional book and the film seem tame to our reality. I think we are in trouble.
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“Humor is reason gone mad.”
― Groucho Marx

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why does this sound.....creepy?
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Speaking strictly for myself, anything that grows in the darkest parts of my mind is going to be seriously corrupted.
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Tom Jones and Janis Joplin
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this post is here to remind me to watch it later.....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRmRvNx4rCs
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i just got a picture made for professional use. (it was free, and from a co-worker who's starting out in photography.)

isn't it weird how you feel, when you see yourself in image? not the selfies that you take time to do yourself...but something someone else took... emphasizing things he thinks looks best about you, rather than what you understand to be your best features.

remember hearing how some people think photography takes away a bit of your soul, picture by picture? maybe there's something to that....
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+Tomas Nilsson good points. i found myself looking more at him than the camera. there's a bit of fear associated with the lens.... i'll be glad to see the final product, if only to learn about myself, inside and out ....

+D.W. Metz poor guy....well, he has to start somewhere.... :)
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“How could she feel nostalgia when he was right in front of her? How can you suffer from the absence of a person who is present?

You can suffer nostalgia in the presence of the beloved if you glimpse a future where the beloved is no more”
― Milan Kundera, Identity
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This.
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tucking this away for later.....

thank you, +The Guardian , for a great morning read.....
 
Tom Hiddleston reads from John le Carré's The Night Manager
http://bit.ly/TomHLeCarre

To celebrate the publication of John le Carré’s first memoir, Tom Hiddleston reads from The Night Manager. Don’t miss other leading actors reading le Carré’s work, and an exclusive extract from The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories from My Life (Penguin), at theguardian.com on 3 September.

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That was fascinating and I can't think of anyone better to read from it than - Jonathan Pine :)
One day I must find the time to listen to Christopher Lee reading Edgar Allan Poe 
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i had a choice between seeing oklahoma and will rogers follies recently. i quickly chose the follies.... and am extremely glad i did.

i can honestly say that this show had me at howdy. will rogers talks right to you, commenting about today's news, his family, ecology, and even his own death in a way that was consistent with his life.... straight, fair, and with a knowing humour that's very appealing. i hope a lot of people get to see this play, because it makes you want to learn more about rogers, and what he believed in. the knowledge you get from the wise men in the past strengthens your resolve in the future, a quality we very much need right now.

oklahoma makes you leave the theater singing, will rogers follies makes you leave the theater thinking. i'm glad theatre tulsa has given us a chance to do both...
Actor Mitch Adams has had a long friendship with the character of Will Rogers
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Senior Discount
by Ali Liebegott

I want to grow old with you.
Old, old.

So old we pad through the supermarket
using the shopping cart as a cane that steadies us.

I’ll wait at register two in my green sweater
with threadbare elbows, smiling
because you’ve forgotten the bag of day-old pastries.

The cashier will tell me a joke about barbers as I wait.
He repeats the first line three times
but the only word I understand is barber.

Over the years we’ve caught inklings
of our shrinking frames and hunched spines.

You’re a little confused
looking for me at the wrong register with a bag
of almost-stale croissants clenched in your hand.

The first time I held your hand it felt enormous in my own.
Sasquatch, I teased you, a million years ago.

Over here, I yell, but not in a mad way.

We’re laughing.
You have a bright yellow pin on your coat that says, Shalom!

Senior Discount, you say.
But the cashier already knows us.
We’re everyone’s favorite customers.
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So cool.
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