Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor married in secret ceremony arranged by MGM in 1939
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We’ve got pie for breakfast! The highlight of Black Friday.
I think pie should be a breakfast staple! Bon appetit!
I finally broke down and cooked a bit just because to break myself out of my pity party. So I had stuffing for breakfast! Nothing better. Not even cake. Or pie. Sorry David and V.
Vickie, how was your dinner? Hoping it was fabulous and that you were treated like the queen that you are!
It was fabulous, traditional, scrumptious, and our table was set in front of a stone fireplace, outside under the stars…
I have a lot of Thin Man movies . . . .
Well, 4 or 5. Is that a lot? hah
That might be ALL the Thin Man movies!
I’m not sure how many there are, but I have every one I’ve been able to get my hands on.
they always had such good tasting milk in the Thin Man movies – as if it came from a cow in New Jersey and was just brought in a milk pail to the door by horse and cart along with the ice man who cometh with the block and put it into the recess in the side of the apartment to keep the milk cool (friend of ours actually still had the recess for the ice block at his apartment near Columbia – a m a z i n g)
The house I grew up in had a tin-lined tiny cupboard built into the wall by the back door for milk delivery – circa 1925-ish.
The knife looks a little threatening….. “eat my bread, or else”!
Breakfast as appeasement?
Hi, as it’s saturday this is Black Friday here to take you up on your offer… Bwahahahaha! Sorry for the vulgar joke, I’m English it comes naturally!
“Breakfast as appeasement” was that when Neville Chamberlain made Adolf Hitler sausages and mashed potatoes (“bangers and mash”)?! Neville was a bit of an idiot, the maniac Hitler promised him various vegetables he never intended to deliver on but ol’ Chamberlain promising “Peas in our time”… Ahahahaha! So TERRIBLE! I apologise profusely…
Oh, as to The Thin Man there were, I believe, six films in the series, The Thin Man followed by the sequels After the Thin Man, Another Thin Man, Shadow of the Thin Man, and Song of the Thin Man. All entertaining, particularly the early ones. Who doesn’t like that rascal Asta?!
I would have to reply, no peas at any time!
Even in celebration of a Thin Man marathon!
Yes! I hate them too!
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