Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
“Informed of Cliff ’s death—upon her arrival back in L.A.—she had felt somehow not altogether present, so detached that it was as if she was inhabiting a space outside her body, merely observing it from six inches away.” Click on the picture
Harvey, a.k.a., the Pooka…white rabbit…six feet three and a half inches
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Good advice, if you ask me. (If nothing else, cultivate the latter before the former, and always keep the latter, too.)
Yes, Elwood P. Dowd is wrong, there is a false dichotomy in the idea that you have to choose between “smart” and “pleasant” rather than to integrate the two – but what do you expect from a man who talks to an invisible rabbit! Of course, his mother sounds kind of conservative and dumb!
Everyone in the world should watch this movie, right after they see “It’s a Wonderful Life”. James Stewart is my man.
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