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Monthly Archive for September, 2011

Foolish Friday: These Eyes

It occurred to me I’d gone a whole week without objectifying Richard Armitage.  Isn’t that shocking?  Well, I know what you people come here for.  Let’s pause for a breath of fresh air, shall we? Here are some pics that grabbed me.  This week it’s the eyes . Let’s start with with some youthful magnetism: […]

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Film Review: The Debt

As I stated yesterday, Elsa and I went to see The Debt starring Dame Helen Mirren.  Mirren is a fabulous actress;  she adds class to any project she does so I was keen to see it. The film is about three Mossad operatives in East Berlin who conspire to kidnap notorious Nazi Dr. Dieter Vogel, […]

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This past weekend I headed out of town to visit one of my buddies, Elsa (she of the Trina, Elsa, and me trio of 15 years and counting.  She’s also Patty’s godmother.)  Elsa snagged a day off and I seized the opportunity to head to the suburbs for some autumn fun. City girl that I […]

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Patty Takes on Winston

Patty can see Winston. At least I think Patty can *sense* Winston. When Winston, my black dog of depression, leaps out of the bag, morphs and starts misbehaving, I’ve noticed my pomeranian Patty has been suddenly like velcro at my side.  Usually she’d be off loving Dolly (which looks indistinguishable from biting, mauling and beating up her […]

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It’s Monday again, so time for Fitzg’s Journeys.  Today’s installment: Richard Armitage and the archetype of the Byronic hero. (If you’re having problems viewing this post in Internet Explorer, try another browser like Firefox or Chrome.  IE does not play well with plugins. If you trouble loading in the small viewer, click the far right […]

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My older brother bought a lot of 45s (remember those?) for his much prized record player.  One of his favorites was R&B singer/songwriter Sam Cooke’s  Change Gonna Come produced in 1964.  As a four year old, I couldn’t really understand the lyrics but I sensed the world weariness behind the words.  Cooke, usually known for […]

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I’m reaching back again to man DeStorm for today.  Two weeks ago he hit 1,000,000 subscribers on YouTube.  In honor of the occasion, he put together another Soul Toon episode – Disney version!  This young man is very talented; you really must take a look at his other videos.  You’ll bound to find something you […]

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HAL, Is That You?

Strange things are happening here. WordPress.org is becoming sentient.  It just took a draft post and published it – dated three days ago.  If some of you saw the “Patty Takes on Winston” post, that’s not supposed to go live until next Tuesday. For once, I’m not trying to be a tease today. So if […]

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Sexy! Redux

Since discussing Richard Armitage’s being callipygian and David Tennant’s sexiness, I have been mulling over the definition of what is “sexy.”   According to the new urban slang, something can be sexy without having to do with sex.  A thing can be sexy if it’s exciting or interesting; it gives you a thrill when thinking about […]

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Sexy!

Yesterday I talked about Richard Armitage’s being callipygian for obvious reasons.  There’s no doubt he’s a very attractive man, but he’s not the only one.  Although ArmitageWorld is dedicated to all things RA, I wonder how many fans have other squees on the side, other actors they crush on. It’s no secret that my other […]

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